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NASA’s New Horizons mission sheds new light on how planets form

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NASA’s New Horizons mission is providing scientists with fresh insight into how planets form.
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News video: New Horizons flyby of Arrokoth reveals how planets are formed

New Horizons flyby of Arrokoth reveals how planets are formed 00:59

New Horizons' flyby of the most distant object ever visited has revealed the secrets to how planets are formed.

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