Celebrating the whole 12-year Journey of the New Horizons probe!
This is Brian’s personal tribute to the on-going NASA New Horizons mission, which on New Years Day 2019 achieved the most distant spacecraft flyby in history. To celebrate Brian releases his first new solo single since “Why Don’t We Try Again” taken from his “Another World” album in 1998 in 'New Horizons'.
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Click here to read the full press release.
Nasa's New Horizons: Excitement ahead of Ultima Thule flyby
Occurring some 6.5 billion km (4 billion miles) from Earth, the flyby will set a new record for the most distant ever exploration of a Solar System object by a spacecraft.
New Horizons will gather a swathe of images and other data over the course of just a few hours leading up to and beyond the closest approach.
This is timed for 05:33 GMT.
At that moment, the probe will be about 3,500km from Ultima's surface and moving at 14km/s.
Click here to read the full BBC article.
Brian May Interview: Queen Legend To Release First Solo Work In Decades For Historic NASA New Horizons Mission
An in-depth interview article in the Tech and Science section, covering Brian's involvement in the New Horizons mission - their Science Editor had also attended the MM3D launch at Science Museum so combined the two astronomy-related projects:
Click here to read full News Week article.