In July of this year, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is scheduled to achieve the first ever close-up fly by of Pluto, which is more than 7.2 billion km (4.5 billion miles) from Earth.
Like the scientific world at large, the electric universe community eagerly awaits the mission’s findings. They note that the changing picture of planetary science, including self-evidently electromagnetic phenomena not predicted nor explained by conventional models, may provide clues for what to expect in the Plutonian environment.
Today, they ask physicist Eugene Bagashov to provide a brief overview of the New Horizons mission, including the theoretical possibilities offered by the electric universe.
New Horizons mission official website: http://pluto.jhuapl.edu/
Eugene's website (in Russian): vk.com/electricearth
Video credit: The Thunderbolts Project
Featured image: Pluto system. Credit: NASA.
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