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3 Jul 2014 Comet Pan-STARRS Marches Across the Sky NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
1 Jul 2014 Hubble to Proceed with Full Search for New Horizons Targets NASA/STScI
23 Jun 2014 Titan's Building Blocks Might Pre-date Saturn Jet Propulsion Laboratory
16 Jun 2014 NASA Hubble to Begin Search Beyond Pluto for a New Horizons Mission Target NASA/STSI
27 Feb 2014 New Horizons Reaches the Final 4 (AU) NASA/JHUAPL
6 Feb 2014 The PI's Perspective: Thanks America, New Horizons Ahead NASA/JHUAPL
25 Oct 2013 On the Path to Pluto, 5 AU and Closing NASA/APL
26 Aug 2013 Late in Cruise, and a Binary Ahoy NASA/JHUAPL
1 Aug 2013 Pluto Science Conference Exceeds Expectations NASA/JHUAPL
14 Jun 2013 New Horizons Team Sticking to Original Flight Plan at Pluto NASA/JHUAPL
20 May 2013 The PI's Perspective: Encounter Planning Accelerates NASA
10 Jan 2013 New Horizons Gets a New Year's Workout NASA/JHUAPL
28 Nov 2012 Halfway Between Uranus and Neptune, New Horizons Cruises On NASA/JHUAPL
16 Oct 2012 At Pluto, Moons and Debris May Be Hazardous to New Horizons Spacecraft Aims to Steer Clear of 'Debris Zones' During 2015 Flyby John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
7 Feb 2012 A Vision of Discovery! Understanding NASA Images through Art NASA Discovery Program
3 Dec 2011 New Horizons Becomes Closest Spacecraft to Approach Pluto NASA/JH
7 Nov 2011 The PI's Perspective: Is the Pluto System Dangerous? NASA
24 Oct 2011 On the Path to Pluto: New Horizons App Now Available NASA/JHUAPL
16 Aug 2011 The PI's Perspective: Visiting Four Moons, in Just Four Years, for All Mankind NASA
9 Aug 2011 Power to Explore: 50 Years of Nuclear Space Power NASA
21 Jun 2011 Citizen Scientists: Discover a New Horizons Flyby Target NASA
13 Apr 2011 The PI's Perspective: Pinch Me! NASA
21 Dec 2010 New Horizons: Ten Years On Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboaratory
16 Sep 2010 Hubble Harvests Distant Solar System Objects Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
27 Jul 2010 New Horizons Looks Back Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboaratory
2 Jul 2010 Course Correction Keeps New Horizons on Path to Pluto Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
7 Dec 2009 Farewell 2009 Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboaratory
12 Nov 2009 New Horizons Roused Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboaratory
3 Oct 2008 Outer Solar System Not as Crowded as Astronomers Thought Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
15 Mar 2007 Kuiper-belt Object Was Broken up by Massive Impact 4.5 Billion Years Ago, Study Shows California Institute of Technology
5 Jan 2007 The PI's Perspective Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
14 Sep 2006 Xena Has Officially Been Named Eris California Institute of Technology
24 Aug 2006 Xena Awarded Dwarf Planet Status California Institute of Technology
12 Apr 2006 Hubble Space Telescope Obtains Best-Ever Size Measurement of Xena California Institute of Technology
2 Feb 2006 New "Planet" is Larger than Pluto Universitat Bonn
14 Dec 2005 Discovery of a Large Kuiper Belt Object with an Unusual Orbit University of Hawaii
29 Jul 2005 Planetary Scientists Discover Tenth Planet California Institute of Technology
10 Nov 2004 Good News for Pluto University of Arizona
18 Oct 2004 Pluto Wins Planet Poll The Planetary Society
23 Jun 2004 Comet Kin University of Arizona
11 Jun 2004 'Black Moon' Mystery Ames Research Center
14 Apr 2004 Distant Mystery NASA Headquarters
15 Mar 2004 Distant World Jet Propulsion Laboratory
19 Feb 2004 New Planetoid California Institute of Technology
21 Nov 2003 New Horizons at Jupiter Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
6 Sep 2003 Seeing Distant Objects Space Telescope Science Institute
5 Aug 2003 Sense and Centaurs Royal Astronomical Society
23 Jul 2003 Atlas to Carry
New Horizons
NASA Headquarters
23 Jul 2003 The Story Behind All Those Spheres in Space European Space Agency
9 Jul 2003 A Pluto Mystery Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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
17 Nov 1999 Galileo Probe Results Suggest Jupiter had an Ancient, Chilly Past Ames Research Center
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