Destination: Pluto

The New Horizons mission launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida on January 19, 2006.  Since then, NASA’s space probe has traveled a million miles a day for nearly 10 years to reach its destination, Pluto!  It will gather its closest images on July 14, 2015 — the 50th Anniversary of the Mariner 4’s flyby of Mars.  However, this mission will collect 5,000 times more data than the Mariner 4!

Five episodes about the New Horizons mission are now available on CuriosityStream.com and include expert interviews with principal investigator, Alan Stern.  Watch Destination: Pluto, and dive deep into the #PlutoFlyby!

Best,

Elizabeth Hendricks North

President | CuriosityStream

 

 

Elizabeth Hendricks North
Elizabeth Hendricks North oversees all strategy and operations for CuriosityStream as President and CEO of the world's first ad-free streaming service for documentary programming and its companion businesses. Working with experienced content producers and multi-platform developers, North looks forward to establishing CuriosityStream as the premiere online destination for quality nonfiction content. Before joining her family's enterprises, North gained experience at Cato Institute, ABC News, CBS Sports and Termite Art Productions. She graduated with a B.A. in history from Princeton University.
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