Written by: William Atkins | Published in: SpaceThe tiny moon P5 was discovered by astronomers in June/July 2012 using the NASA Hubble Space Telescope. This brings the total number of moons around the dwarf planet Pluto to five.
Researchers at Southwest Research Institute have used the Hubble Space Telescope to take images of the dwarf planet Pluto. Because of its tilt to the Sun, its atmosphere actually freezes and falls to the ground, forming large molasses-colored patches. Why? Don’t know yet. But, New help is just over the Horizon!