New Horizons spacecraft flies by Pluto in 2015
Scientists are using NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft to measure light that exists beyond the solar system. Astronomer Tod Lauer explains much of that light comes from the Sun, but some of it also radiates from distant galaxies.
Tod Lauer spoke with Tim Swindle, director of the University of Arizona Space Institute.
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