From July 11, 2015, Pluto discovered new species for satellite cameras, so that for the first time, complex lines could appear that could be large rocks. Also became visible complex circles, which, perhaps, are craters. NASA's Automated Spacecraft New Horizons is showing more and more fascinating images. In the field of view of the cameras were light heart-shaped bends. They can be considered in more detail in the pictures to be taken from July 14, 2015. Researchers announced the scheme of future images. According to it, images of the north pole of Pluto, its equator and some central meridians are expected. Images of new landscapes already received today, which interested geologists, geophysicists and tomographs, are now collected in the laboratory of applied physics at Johns Hopkins University in Laurel, Maryland. The spacecraft New Horizons July 12, 2015 approached an important point in the distance of exactly one million miles from Pluto. This is the result of more than nine years of travel, three billion miles long. Closer to the historic point of the flight on July 14, New Horizons will continue to transmit images of the icy world of Pluto, which is becoming more and more exciting and complex day by day.
In the morning, at 7:49 EST, on Tuesday, July 14, the automatic spacecraft will sweep a minimum distance past Pluto at a speed of 49,600 kilometers per hour. The spacecraft is equipped with an instrument compartment for collecting scientific data, which contains seven sensors. This mission will complete the initial exploration of the solar system, which begins with this icy dwarf planet Pluto.