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17 February 2016 Dinner Lecture

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February 17, 2016
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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New Horizons — The Adventure to Pluto

Mark `Indy’ Kochte Mark `Indy’ Kochte, Mission Analyst

Presentation: Pluto has long been considered an oddball “planet” since it’s discovery in 1930 but over the decades we have learned much about what it is and what it isn’t. Now, after a 9 ½ year voyage that covered over 3 billion miles, the New Horizons spacecraft, the first manmade object from Earth to visit this little “planet”, has shown us that Pluto is SO unique and unlike anything we might have imagined since it’s discovery 85 years ago. What new wonders await our re-discovery? Join Mission Operations team member Mark ‘Indy’ Kochte on a journey of wonder to a place in our own solar system that the awesome Hubble Space Telescope can only barely resolve.

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