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New views of Pluto

New views of Pluto

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NASA, ESA, and M. Buie (SwRI)

New views of Pluto
Maps of Pluto generated from Hubble ACS images gathered over 2002 and 2003 show a curious pattern of bright and dark spots across its surface, superimposed on a more neutral and bright color covering the northern hemisphere (where it was currently spring) and darker and more variegated color near the equator.

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Original image data dated on or about June 8, 2003

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