The final photos that NASA's New Horizons spacecraft snapped of Ultima Thule during the probe's epic Jan. 1 flyby reveal the distant object to be much flatter than scientists had thought. (Space.com) More
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Here's Our Best Look So Far at Ultima Thule Popular Mechanics
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New Horizons Glimpses the Flattened Shape of Ultima Thule New York Times
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft flew past the most distant object ever visited.
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