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The most detailed images of Ultima Thule — obtained just minutes before the spacecraft’s closest approach at 12:33am EST on January 1st — have a resolution of about 110 feet (33 meters) per pixel. (NASA/Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute, National Optical Astronomy Observatory)

 

The most detailed images of Ultima Thule -- obtained just minutes before the spacecraft's closest approach at 12:33am EST on January 1st -- have a resolution of about 110 feet (33 meters) per pixel. (NASA/Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute, National Optical Astronomy Observatory)

The most detailed images of Ultima Thule — obtained just minutes before the spacecraft’s closest approach at 12:33am EST on January 1st — have a resolution of about 110 feet (33 meters) per pixel. (NASA/Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute, National Optical Astronomy Observatory)


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