New Horizons has announced that it has taken on a new mission: to discover the first planets and moons in the outer reaches of our solar system.
The new mission is the result of an ambitious new research effort led by a consortium led by University of Chicago, Johns Hopkins University and NASA.
New Horizons is currently exploring the Kuiper Belt, a huge region of space beyond our solar System.
This includes an area of our own solar system that is thought to be the origin of the solar system’s planets, asteroids and comets.
This discovery is crucial to understanding our place in the universe, New Horizons scientists say.
New Horizon’s discovery of a second moon of Jupiter is important to understanding the origins of the planets and asteroids that we call “planets”.
While we have the most distant planet in our solar family, the planet is thought not to have formed from the collision of a larger body like Jupiter with another object.
Instead, the Earth was formed from a collision of two larger bodies.
Scientists believe the second moon is actually a rocky body that has been ejected from the planet.
This object could also have formed after the planet collided with a giant star.
This could explain why Jupiter is one of the most massive objects in the Solar System, but also the most common and active in our Solar System.
Scientists have also identified two planets around a star that orbit around a small star called M13, which is located in the constellation Orion.
The other two planets are in the system of Ganymede, which orbits the star Proxima Centauri.
This small, red star is the second-brightest star in our sky, only about 10,000 light-years away.
This is the first time astronomers have spotted a rocky planet in the Kool Kool belt.
The discovery of another planet in this belt of gas and dust is also important to New Horizons, which has been in orbit for over two years.
It has already found evidence of water on Ganyms, and is now exploring the icy terrain to see if there are oceans nearby.
The first object in this discovery was spotted in March 2017, but New Horizons did not make contact until May this year.NASA scientists say this new discovery will help us understand the origin and evolution of the universe.
“This is a key part of the mission,” said Jim Green, head of NASA’s Near-Earth Object Program.
“Finding new moons is a good thing.
We have so much to learn about the history of the Solar system and the origins and evolution, and finding a second, rocky object in the belt of gases and dust around a distant star is another exciting discovery.”
We have a lot to learn from this new system.”NASA is offering $25,000 to anyone who can provide a good quality image of the first object to be identified.
This will be done by a team at NASA Ames Research Center in California, which will analyse the image and send the results to the New Horizons team in New York.NASA’s JPL, a division of Caltech, manages the New Horizon mission for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington.
For more information about the mission, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/newhorizons