NASA’s New Year’s Eve Party (Flyby of Ultima Thule)

Here’s the best New Year’s Party for you to attend!

On #NewYearsEve, @NASANewHorizons will perform the most distant planetary flyby ever as it zooms past an object nicknamed #UltimaThule. Make sure to follow our partner @JHUAPL for updates: https://t.co/f3IkfRXZ1H pic.twitter.com/MXkAyLz3Bq— NASA New Horizons (@NASANewHorizons) December 26, 2018

https://twitter.com/nasanewhorizons

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft will ring in the new year with an epic flyby at the edge of the solar system, and the stage is set for a truly historic encounter.

Where to Watch

NASA TV and the NASA New Horizons social media channels are now online. The New Horizons mission will also provide coverage of live activities on this website and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory YouTube channel.

http://pluto.jhuapl.edu/News-Center/Where-to-Watch.php
NASA Live TV

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