Pluto Toolkit

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is fast approaching its close-up flyby of dwarf planet Pluto, 4.67 billion miles (7.5 billion kilometers) from Earth. Closest approach is on 14 July 2015. Use the resources at the link below to make the most out of this historic event – humankind’s first close up view of this cold, unexplored world in our solar system. Get images of Pluto, information about New Horizons and what to expect from the Pluto flyby, events near you, social media, and the latest news about Pluto and New Horizons.

Pluto Toolkit. Artist's concept of New Horizon's view of Pluto during the spacecraft's flyby. Image credit: NASA.

Pluto Toolkit. Artist’s concept of New Horizon’s view of Pluto during the spacecraft’s flyby. Image credit: NASA.

A whimsical, artistic twist on one of the Pluto approach pictures. Suitable for sharing on social media banners. Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute.

A whimsical, artistic twist on one of the Pluto approach pictures. Suitable for sharing on social media banners. Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute.

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