NASA launched the new year with a bang and crash after the probe of New Horizons flew past the farthest object in our solar system on January 1. Ultima Thule is an amazing four billion miles (6 billion kilometers) from Earth. And the daring expedition that intends to shed light on the creation of the Solar System has produced the highest resolution photograph of the mysterious trans-Neptune object. A new, fresh image was acquired when NASA's New Horizons spacecraft was only 4,200 miles (6700 kilometers) from the small ice object.
The double-space rock is located more than a billion miles from Pluto. the new photo shows the surface of Ultima Thule in certain details, including a large recess on its left.
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The latest image delivered last week was sharpened with the most up-to-date software. ] The last shot was taken with the th MICIC, the multi-color, multi-color space vision camera (MVIC) providing a resolution of 5000 x 32 pixels.
New Horizons will continue to carry out the long 25 kilometer long asteroid and light data on Earth for the next 20 months. 201
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The New Horizons project has spent more than a decade in deep space since it was launched in January 2006
"Ultima Thule will be the most primitive planetary object surveyed and will reveal what conditions were in this remote part of the solar system as it was formed by the solar nebula, "NASA said.
The probe is powered by a plutonium core, and when it reached Pluto, its sensors worked well, so NASA sent the probe to a course to Ultima Thule.
Due to their initial formation in the dust that also gave birth to the Earth, scientists hope to find clues about how our planet has become. Probe evidence has led NASA scientists to believe they have found new evidence of the mysterious "wall" surrounding all the planets and objects in our solar system.
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This mysterious balloon marks the boundary between the solar system and the interstellar space and outlines the periphery of the Sun's influence.
The findings of New Horizons, the barrier is actually a concentration of captured hydrogen trapped in the solar wind of our Sun.
These winds create waves of distinctive ultraviolet light first detected by sensors aboard the interstellar space probe New Horizons
Ultima Thule travels around the Sun in a sparsely populated and low-energy environment known as the Kaiper belt, circular, or a pancake, disk in the outer Solar System. The experts now believe Ultima Thule is most likely created at the beginning of the solar system, meaning that  "The new image begins to reveal the geological differences between the two Ultima Thule shovels and introduces new mysteries," said Professor Alan Stern of the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado.
"Next month, there will be better colors and better dividing images that we hope will help uncover the many mysteries of Ultima Thule. the best examples in our time – of harsh studies, and the term Ultima Thule, which is very old, centuries old, probably over a thousand years, is a wonderful thing to study. "The mysterious signals of 1.5 billion light-years can be evidence of extraterrestrial life