NASA has released a latest picture of Pluto, this occasion showcasing the planet's hemispherical in a dazzling latest backlit photograph sent reverse from New Horizons. NASA says the picture was taken only 15 minutes subsequent to New Horizons' nearby approach to Pluto on July 14, previous this year.
It fundamentally completes the picture that the space organization released back in September, showcasing what the Pluto looks resembling at dusk. The picture shows the layers of the dwarf planet's environment, which "highlights more than a dozen high-altitude layers of haze in Pluto's tenuous atmosphere," according to NASA.
The icy Sputnik Planun plateau can be seen on the dazzling, sunny surface of the planet in the picture, whereas the image also profiles of several of the planet's rough topography, with mountains that rise up to 11,000 feet. New Horizons took the picture, which has a resolution of 700 meters, from a remoteness of 11,000 miles from Pluto.