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Simulated New Horizons spacecraft views down spacecraft axes

Simulated New Horizons spacecraft views down spacecraft axes

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Dan Durda

Simulated New Horizons spacecraft views down spacecraft axes
Six views of the New Horizons spacecraft, looking down each of the spacecraft axes. The spacecraft coordinate system is such that +X is out along the RTG, +Y is up through the antenna, and +Z is out in the direction of Alice and Ralph. Visit this page for individual images devoted to each axial view. The same model was used to produce this animated turntable view of New Horizons.

Here are the six views as separate files:

Front (+X)

New Horizons spacecraft front (+X) view

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New Horizons spacecraft front (+X) view
Visit this page for other axial views.

Back (-X)

New Horizons spacecraft back (-X) view

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New Horizons spacecraft back (-X) view
Visit this page for other axial views.

Top (+Y)

New Horizons spacecraft top (+Y) view

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New Horizons spacecraft top (+Y) view
Visit this page for other axial views.

Bottom (-Y)

New Horizons spacecraft bottom (-Y) view

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New Horizons spacecraft bottom (-Y) view
Visit this page for other axial views.

Right (+Z)

New Horizons spacecraft right (+Z) view

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New Horizons spacecraft right (+Z) view
Visit this page for other axial views.

Left (-Z)

New Horizons spacecraft left (-Z) view

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New Horizons spacecraft left (-Z) view
Visit this page for other axial views.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. For uses not allowed by that license, contact us to request publication permission from the copyright holder: Dan Durda

Original image data dated on or about July 5, 2015

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