It will take 20 months to receive all of the spacecraft’s data on the distant world, which could offer insights into the formation of our solar system.
A special delivery of data from deep in the solar system arrived on Earth this week, as details begin trickling in about a little world known as MU69. The early-stage images show no moons and no definitive craters on the surface, but this could all change in the coming weeks as a stream of information comes through.
Sources: • Seeker
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