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Ultima Thule: Remote icy world is much flatter than scientists first thought

Source: news.sky.com

Feb 11, 2019 9:41 AM 1+ week ago

The furthest object in our solar system visited by a spacecraft - Ultima Thule - appears not to be "snowman shaped" as first thought, and is in fact much flatter....Read more.

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