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Pluto was discovered 90 years ago this week. Controversy about its identity rages on.

Scientists just released the best photo yet of the most distant object ever visited by humanity

New videos of the farthest object humanity has ever explored show that it flips like a giant hourglass

Queen guitarist Brian May released a new song celebrating NASA's historic visit to the farthest object ever explored — take a listen

NASA just released the first close-up photos of the farthest object humanity has ever explored — and it looks like a giant red snowman

NASA just pulled off humanity's farthest-ever visit to a space object — the New Horizons probe successfully flew by Ultima Thule

NASA is about to reveal the most distant object ever visited by humanity. Here's how to see New Horizons' close-up pictures for the first time.

NASA is about to explore Ultima Thule — the farthest object humanity has ever tried to visit. Here's what to expect from the 'mind-boggling' encounter 4 billion miles from Earth.

The New Horizons spacecraft has woken up 6 billion kilometres from Earth and is closing in on Ultima Thule

These new photos from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft were captured farther from Earth than any image ever taken

Scientists have solved one of Pluto's most puzzling mysteries

Animated map of the solar system shows just how far humans have explored space

A new NASA video shows Pluto in exquisite detail

Is it Planet 9 or Planet X? Scientists spar over what to call the solar system's hypothetical missing world

Pluto is hiding a gigantic liquid ocean you would never, ever want to swim in

An asteroid strike on Pluto hints it may be hiding a giant, habitable ocean

NASA just woke up a nuclear-powered probe 1 billion miles beyond Pluto -- and it's approaching the farthest object humans have ever tried to visit

NASA is sending a probe to explore a strange object a billion miles beyond Pluto

Pluto might be hiding a vast liquid ocean beneath its icy surface

NASA released the sharpest photos of Pluto in history -- and they're epically spectacular