The Canadian Press

2015-07-13 | NASA Pluto Flyby

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Some of the mystery surrounding Pluto, the icy dwarf planet first discovered in 1930, may finally be revealed tomorrow. That's when NASA's New Horizons spacecraft will give scientists their clearest and first close-up look at the distant space body. Jesse Rogerson, a researcher at Toronto's York University, says it's not just Pluto that will get all the attention during the mission. (Rogerson says studying Pluto's temperature and its terrain will help scientists understand the evolution of solar systems, like our own.)

Date: 2015-07-13
Placeline: TORONTO.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 22 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << the entire region that's being with that could Pluto since 2000 since 2006 has been reclassified as a dwarf planet and it's been put into this category of kuyper belt objects so the entire outer reaches of the solar system is occupied by things like Pluto and we have we know nothing about it we've never sent anything through it >>