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The Kuiper Belt is a disc-shaped region of icy objects beyond the orbit of Neptune -- billions of kilometers from our sun. Pluto and Eris are the best known of these icy worlds. There may be hundreds more of these ice dwarfs out there. The Kuiper Belt and even more distant Oort Cloud are believed to be the home of comets that orbit our sun.

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9 Apr 2003 New Horizons Gets Green Light for Construction Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
26 Mar 2003 Free Mini-Poster Solar System Exploration Education and Public Outreach Forum
11 Mar 2003 A Plethora of Planets? University of California at Berkeley
8 Jan 2003 Newly Discoverd Trojan Makes a Long March National Optical Astronomy Observatory
8 Jan 2003 A Novel Way to Search for Comets Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
17 Dec 2002 Students Join Pluto Mission Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
13 Dec 2002 New Theory Accounts for Existence of Binaries in Kuiper Belt California Institute of Technology
4 Nov 2002 New Horizons Update Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
10 Oct 2002 New Horizons Team Dedicates Operations Center Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
8 Oct 2002 U.S. House Committee Recommends Millions for Science U.S. House of Representatives
7 Oct 2002 Hubble Spots An Icy World Far Beyond Pluto American Astronomical Society - Division for Planetary Sciences
25 Sep 2002 New Horizons Status Report Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
24 Sep 2002 Planet Pluto or Kuiper Belt King? Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
24 Sep 2002 Students Aim to Count Dust Particles All the Way to Pluto University of Colorado at Boulder
11 Sep 2002 Uncovering a Kuiper Belt Mystery Southwest Research Institute
11 Jul 2002 Where Do We Go From Here? National Research Council
29 May 2002 New Horizons Update Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
17 Apr 2002 An Original Odd Couple? Space Telescope Science Institute
21 Feb 2002 A Shortcut to Pluto Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
29 Nov 2001 NASA Selects Pluto-Kuiper Belt Mission for Phase B Study NASA Headquarters
13 Sep 2001 What Lurks in the Outer Solar System? Science@NASA
24 Aug 2001 New Object Dethrones Ceres as Largest Minor Planet SpaceFlight Now
11 Jul 2001 Sizzling Comets Circle a Dying Star Science@NASA
2 Jul 2001 Kuiper Belt Object Found Possibly as Large as Pluto's Moon National Optical Astronomy Observatory
19 Mar 2001 Pluto-Kuiper Amended CBD Notice NASA Headquarters
 
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9 Apr 2003 New Horizons Gets Green Light for Construction Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
26 Mar 2003 Free Mini-Poster Solar System Exploration Education and Public Outreach Forum
11 Mar 2003 A Plethora of Planets? University of California at Berkeley
8 Jan 2003 Newly Discoverd Trojan Makes a Long March National Optical Astronomy Observatory
8 Jan 2003 A Novel Way to Search for Comets Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
17 Dec 2002 Students Join Pluto Mission Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
13 Dec 2002 New Theory Accounts for Existence of Binaries in Kuiper Belt California Institute of Technology
4 Nov 2002 New Horizons Update Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
10 Oct 2002 New Horizons Team Dedicates Operations Center Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
8 Oct 2002 U.S. House Committee Recommends Millions for Science U.S. House of Representatives
7 Oct 2002 Hubble Spots An Icy World Far Beyond Pluto American Astronomical Society - Division for Planetary Sciences
25 Sep 2002 New Horizons Status Report Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
24 Sep 2002 Planet Pluto or Kuiper Belt King? Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
24 Sep 2002 Students Aim to Count Dust Particles All the Way to Pluto University of Colorado at Boulder
11 Sep 2002 Uncovering a Kuiper Belt Mystery Southwest Research Institute
11 Jul 2002 Where Do We Go From Here? National Research Council
29 May 2002 New Horizons Update Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
17 Apr 2002 An Original Odd Couple? Space Telescope Science Institute
21 Feb 2002 A Shortcut to Pluto Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
29 Nov 2001 NASA Selects Pluto-Kuiper Belt Mission for Phase B Study NASA Headquarters
13 Sep 2001 What Lurks in the Outer Solar System? Science@NASA
24 Aug 2001 New Object Dethrones Ceres as Largest Minor Planet SpaceFlight Now
11 Jul 2001 Sizzling Comets Circle a Dying Star Science@NASA
2 Jul 2001 Kuiper Belt Object Found Possibly as Large as Pluto's Moon National Optical Astronomy Observatory
19 Mar 2001 Pluto-Kuiper Amended CBD Notice NASA Headquarters
 
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