PLUTO!! NASA Releases the newest images from Horizons
Do you see a heart of Pluto? This image was taken on Tuesday 7/7 by Horizons when it was about 5 million miles from the planet. The large bright area on the lower right - about 1,200 miles across - resembles a heart
This picture of Pluto's largest moon, Charon was taken july 12 when it was 1.6 million miles away. It reveals a system of chasms larger than the Grand Canyon.
Look closely at the images below. This is the first time New Horizons has pohotographed Pluto's smallest and faintest moons, Kerberos and Styx. The pics were taken from April 25 to may 1.
left: Pictures of Jupiter and its volcanic moon Lo taken early in 2007 - about a year into New Horizons 9 year journey to Pluto
below: On its way to Pluto, New Horizons snapped these pics of Jupiter's 4 large "Galilean" moons. From left to right is Lo, Europa, Ganuymede and Callisto.