NASA published its first scientific data on the celestial body of Ultima Thule, which last February shared the first high resolution image.
According to a report by Webtekno's Kaan Umay, Ultima Thule published even more red than Pluto. Even under the information that the new Horizons mission was the complete red celestial body. Although the team is not sure, this reason is the result of a change of biological materials on the surface.
Ultima Thule has 15.92 hours behind it every time. The brightest point in the heavenly body, the crater region & # 39; in & # 39; a combination of two lobes. Speaking language of craters, the crater on the Ultima Thule, the Kuiper belt in the 1 km size below the celestial bodies is not much seen. The report also states that there is no atmosphere around the celestial body.