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Nasa reveals the secrets of Ultima Thule, the prehistoric space pancake
The farthest world we've ever researched, Ultima Thule, is becoming more and more scary ̵
1; but NASA's scientists are beginning to unravel its secrets.
The spacecraft of New Horizons, which runs past the distant, ancient space rock on January 1, about 4 billion miles from Earth, after a 13-year trip to the edge of the Solar System. The original mission of New Horizons was to investigate Pluto, but after an extension, the NASA team and the Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory sent him to study an object much further away from home: a small space rock discovered five years ago