NASA's New Horizons Mission is currently in the Keiper Belt by looking a little. The spacecraft flew with an object called Ultima Thule, officially known as Kuiper Belt 2014 MU69. The flyover was on January 1st. At the time the picture was taken, New Horizons is 4,200 miles away
The official time shows the image taken at 12:26 EST on January 1, just seven minutes before the closest approach to the site. The original image has a resolution of 440 feet per pixel. The team uses a process called deconvolution to enhance the image and improve fine detail.
The catch is that the process increases the graininess of images made at high contrast levels. At the top of the picture you can see the terminator, not the cyborg, but the line where there is day / night. We can also see small pits in the surface of the object, which are about 0.4 miles in diameter.
The large circular function of the smaller part of the object is about 4 miles in diameter. These features give a good idea of the size of Ultima Thule. NASA says the series of light and dark patterns on the site are of unknown origin. Scientists are not sure whether the surface pits are from blows or the release of volatile materials earlier in the life of the site.