I am sure everyone has had an eyeful of Pluto (The King of the Kuiper Belt), but let's not forget Pluto's moons: Charon and Hydra.
Charon’s newly-discovered system of chasms, larger than the Grand Canyon on Earth, rotates out of view in New Horizons’ sharpest image yet of the Texas-sized moon. It’s trailed by a large equatorial impact crater that is ringed by bright rays of ejected material. In this latest image, the dark north polar region is displaying new and intriguing patterns. This image was taken on July 12 from a distance of 1.6 million miles (2.5 million kilometers).
and Hydra, which is Pluto's outermost moon.
Quote:Meanwhile, New Horizons project scientist Hal Weaver said Pluto’s moon Hydra measures just 28 by 19 miles across, appearing as “an elongated object, 30% larger in one dimension than the other.” It appears to be composed entirely of water ice as well. Uncompressed versions of both the moons are still stored in the craft’s memory, NASA said, and will soon be downloaded here to Earth.
Then New Horizons is now within the Kuiper Belt, I hope it can continue to send back pics.