Pluto in Combined Color

What is fascinating about Pluto is how young its surface is. We can see some canyons, planes, and mountains in this image - which is an indication of a young surface. This image of Pluto was taken when the New Horizons spacecraft was only 280,000 miles away from the surface. In the image you can see features as small as 1.4 miles! Four images from New Horizons’ Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) were combined with color data from the Ralph instrument to create this enhanced color global view.

Credit: John’s Hopkin’s APL/NASA JPL

What are you thinking about?“ He said staring up at the sky.

"Do you ever feel insignificant in this world?” She said, “We’re only two people in a world filled with billions, and this small world is surrounded by an endless darkness filled with random bursts of light.”

“I guess I do feel small in this universe.” He said, “But I try to not feel that way. If you keep thinking you’re insignificant to this world, then you have no purpose for living. Then you’ll end up closer to death.

—  from a book I might write by jwfeelings