Hot, Steaming New Horizons News

In Orlando, Fla., the Planetary Sciences Division of the AAS finally gets around to discussing New Horizons.

    Jovian weather
    Clearest images ever of Jupiters incredibly thin ring system
    Dogs not barking – Jupiters small moons are missing!
    Volcanic eruptions!
    Best science of Jupiter’s magnetotail. Ever.

From the link above:

The New Horizons team presents its latest and most detailed analyses of that data today at the American Astronomical Society’s Division for Planetary Sciences meeting in Orlando, Fla., and in a special section of the Oct. 12 issue of the journal Science. The section includes nine technical papers written by New Horizons team members and collaborators.

And, there’s more!

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