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(Syfy)   We flew by Pluto and never saw her backside. But wait we did   (syfy.com) divider line
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2020-07-11 4:37:05 AM  
7 votes:
First released picture.....

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2020-07-11 4:35:56 AM  
5 votes:
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We've see the back side of all the planets.
 
2020-07-11 9:29:47 AM  
4 votes:
The dark regions on the nearside, called maculae (literally Latin for "spots"), are old - craters are seen in them, whereas younger areas like Sputnik Planitia, the western half of Pluto's "heart", is smoother due to changes that erode the surface and erase craters. The big one, called Cthulhu Macula, is relatively smooth and continuous.

The fact that a place called "Cthulhu Macula" exists somewhere in the Universe is totally awesome.
 
2020-07-11 11:40:56 AM  
3 votes:
The chapter in my autobiography titled "EXPLORING THE BACKSIDE OF A TINY ICEWORLD" covers the year after graduating.
 
2020-07-11 9:04:16 AM  
3 votes:
Unremarkable
 
2020-07-11 6:59:08 AM  
3 votes:
It's a nice back side, but she needs to wipe better.
 
2020-07-11 3:24:34 PM  
2 votes:
So we have proof the government is hiding the existence of the Mass Relay?
 
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