New Horizons snaps image 3.8 BILLION miles away from Earth - fox news
At first glance it might not look like much – but, with a fuzzy purple and green photo, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has made history.On December 5, New Horizons captured an image said to be the farthest from Earth ever taken, at a staggering 3.79 billion miles away.And, just hours later, it beat its own record.According to NASA, the remarkable false-color images sent back by New Horizons are also the closest-ever images captured of objects in the Kuiper Belt.When New Horizon’s snapped a photo with its telescopic camera for a routine calibration frame of the Wishing Well star cluster, it was farther into space than even NASA’s Voyager 1 had been when it captured its famous ‘Pale Blue Dot’ image of Earth, the space agency says.At the time, New Horizons was 3.79 billion miles (6.12 billion kilometers) from Earth.Voyager, by comparison, was 3.75 billion miles (6.06 billion kilometers) from Earth when it captured its famous photo in 1990.According to NASA, New Horizons is now the fifth spacecraft to fly beyond the outer planets of our solar system.Hours after its first record-breaking image on Dec 5, it captured another.The latter shows a look at Kuiper Belt objects HZ84 and 2012 HE85.The images were captured using the spacecraft's Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI).And, NASA says they’re the closest images yet of objects in this region.‘New Horizons has long been a mission of firsts – first to explore Pluto, first to explore the Kuiper Belt, fastest spacecraft ever launc
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