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NASA seeks nickname for tiny, icy world on solar system edge
by Marcia Dunn
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7 November 2017
On 7 November 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Heads up, armchair travelers. NASA is seeking a nickname for a tiny, icy world on the edge of the solar system that's the next destination for New Horizons, the spacecraft that surveyed Pluto. New Horizons whipped past Pluto two years ago. Now it's headed for 2014 MU69 ... [and] the research team is holding a naming contest. MU69 is 4 billion miles (6.5 billion kilometers) away and may actually be two objects, either stuck together or orbiting one another.
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