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Analysis by Ray Villard  Feb 13, 2012



On Feb. 10, NASA's Pluto-bound New Horizons probe entered the home stretch of its mission.

When you are sprinting across the solar system, "home stretch" is the final one billion miles of your journey. That sounds like quite a stretch, but the half-ton spacecraft has already logged two billion miles since its launch in early 2006. That’s twice the distance between Earth and Saturn.

Though the icy dwarf planet is still three years away from the Plutonian close encounter, mission scientists call this the Late Cruise phase of the flight.

ANALYSIS: Pluto May Live in a Rough Neighborhood

The nuclear-powered probe will zoom by Pluto, its moons, and possibly navigate a hazardous ring system on July 14, 2015.

Even if the space traveler had artificial intelligence (as its distant descendants will), it would still be unaware of crossing this milepost -- the spacecraft's electronics are in hibernation. Controllers at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, Maryland will awaken the onboard computer in late April for a two-month-long systems and instruments checkout.

Flight engineers will conduct a 24-hour long near-encounter rehearsal to exercise the spacecraft. During this test New Horizons will make every maneuver, every instrument scan, and every observation that it actually will do around closest approach in 2015.

Housekeeping chores also include checking out each of the seven scientific instruments, updating software to the onboard command and control computer, and removing a bug that occasionally causes it to reset. (Presently it takes nearly three hours for radio commands from Earth to travel at the speed-of-light to the probe. New Horizons can't just call tech support!)

At the spacecraft’s present distance much of the solar system fits within a panoramic field of view.

The sun is reduced to a bright dot seen against the backdrop of constellations, midway between Gemini and Orion. The sun is glowing at one-four hundredth its brightness as seen from Earth. The inner planets are clustered near the sun within an angular diameter equivalent to eight moon diameters. Jupiter appears as a bright star 10 degrees to the west of the sun. Saturn looks like another bright star 25 degrees to the east of the sun.

ANALYSIS: Pluto, Sponsored By McDonalds

The fastest manmade object ever built, New Horizons covers nearly a million miles of space each day. Blazing out of the sun’s gravitational well at 34,000 miles per hour; the probe could travel from Earth to the moon in just six hours.

In October 2013, New Horizons will be just 500 million miles from Pluto. In March, 2015 that distance will shrink to the Earth-sun separation of 93 million miles. Fully awake, New Horizons will train its cameras on the fast approaching planetary target.

This will complete a five decade-long initial reconnaissance of the solar system. And, I predict, the stunning views of the remote world will return Pluto to full planetary status in the public mind.

Images: NASA


Source: Curiosity




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Since 1962 I doubted on Newton's laws. I did not accept the infinitive speed and I found un-vivid the laws of gravity and time.

I learned the Einstein's Relativity, thus I found some answers for my questions. But, I had another doubt of Infinitive Mass-Energy. And I wanted to know why light has stable speed?




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