NASA’s New Horizons is fucking far away, folks. How far away? Well, I’ll tell ya! Especially if you didn’t read the headline. The motherfucker is so far away, its seeing stars at a different angle.
NASA releases first clear picture of Ultima Thule, the farthest object ever explored by a spacecraft!
Look at this Frosty The Snowman-lookin’ motherfucker! It’s none other than Ultima Thule, the farthest object ever explored by a spacecraft. Space, my friends, is fucking rad.
New Horizon ain’t just snapping shots of Pluto, everyone’s favorite (dwarf) planet. Nah. Nah! It’s also snapping shots of 50000 Quaoar. A dwarf planet roughly half the size of Pluto.
Goddamn gorgeous. Just Pluto. Not being a moon, but having a moon? Wild. Insult. Gorgeous.
Hey! It’s another goddamn glorious flyby of Pluto, courtesy of the SpaceCzars at NASA and the New Horizons spacecraft.
NASA has dropped another glimpse of the Pluto system, courtesy of New Horizons. Futzing 2015, yo. Just living in a year where we’re being beamed glorious quasi-footage from a goddamn Dwarf Planet way out there in the solar system. Glorious. Glorious.
I say goddamn. A space probe is simply not futzing around when it comes to. Well. Probing space.