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Farthest photos ever taken, from nearly 4 billion miles away
by Marcia Dunn, AP Aerospace Writer
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9 February 2018
On 9 February 2018 The Associated Press reported:
The NASA spacecraft that gave us close-ups of Pluto has set a record for the farthest photos ever taken. In December -- while 3.79 billion miles (6.12 billion kilometers) from Earth -- the New Horizons spacecraft snapped a picture of a star cluster. The photo surpassed the 'Pale Blue Dot' images of Earth taken in 1990 by NASA's Voyager 1. New Horizons took more photos as it sped deeper into the cosmos in December. These pictures show two objects in the Kuiper Belt, the so-called twilight zone on the fringes of our solar system.
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NASA released the images this week.
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