The atmosphere of Pluto as observed by New Horizons

@article{Gladstone2016TheAO,
  title={The atmosphere of Pluto as observed by New Horizons},
  author={G. Randall Gladstone and S. Alan Stern and Kimberly Ennico and Cathy B. Olkin and H. Weaver and Leslie A. Young and Michael E. Summers and Darrell F. Strobel and David Hinson and Joshua A. Kammer and Alex H. Parker and Andrew J. Steffl and Ivan R. Linscott and Joel Wm. Parker and Andrew F. Cheng and David C. Slater and Maarten H. Versteeg and Thomas K. Greathouse and Kurt D. Retherford and H. B. Throop and Nathaniel Cunningham and W. W. Woods and Kelsi N. Singer and Constantine C. C. Tsang and Eric Schindhelm and Carey M. Lisse and Michael L. Wong and Yuk L. Yung and Xun Zhu and Werner Curdt and Panayotis Lavvas and Eliot F. Young and G. Leonard Tyler},
  journal={Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={351}
}
New Horizons unveils the Pluto system In July 2015, the New Horizons spacecraft flew through the Pluto system at high speed, humanity's first close look at this enigmatic system on the outskirts of our solar system. In a series of papers, the New Horizons team present their analysis of the encounter data downloaded so far: Moore et al. present the complex surface features and geology of Pluto and its large moon Charon, including evidence of tectonics, glacial flow, and possible cryovolcanoes… 
The geology of Pluto and Charon through the eyes of New Horizons
TLDR
Nasa’s New Horizons spacecraft has revealed a complex geology of Pluto and Charon, including evidence of tectonics, glacial flow, and possible cryovolcanoes, and these findings massively increase the understanding of the bodies in the outer solar system.
Surface compositions across Pluto and Charon
TLDR
The New Horizons team presents the complex surface features and geology of Pluto and its large moon Charon, including evidence of tectonics, glacial flow, and possible cryovolcanoes, as well as their analysis of the encounter data downloaded so far.
Pluto’s interaction with its space environment: Solar wind, energetic particles, and dust
TLDR
Preliminary results from the two New Horizons instruments that measure charged particles are the Solar Wind Around Pluto (SWAP) instrument and the Pluto Energetic Particle Spectrometer Science Investigation (PEPSSI) instrument are described, which suggest that very few atmospheric molecules are escaping upstream and becoming ionized.
The Pluto system after the New Horizons flyby
In July 2015, NASA’s New Horizons mission performed a flyby of Pluto, revealing details about the geology, surface composition and atmospheres of this world and its moons that are unobtainable from
Organic Components of Small Bodies in the Outer Solar System: Some Results of the New Horizons Mission
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The close encounters of the Pluto–Charon system and the Kuiper Belt object Arrokoth by NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft in 2015 and 2019 have given new perspectives on the most distant planetary bodies yet explored.
A White Paper on Pluto Follow On Missions: Background, Rationale, and New Mission Recommendations
The exploration of the binary Pluto-Charon and its small satellites during the New Horizons flyby in 2015 revealed not only widespread geologic and compositional diversity across Pluto, but
Formation, Composition, and History of the Pluto System: A Post-New Horizons Synthesis
The Pluto-Charon system provides a broad variety of constraints on planetary formation, composition, chemistry, and evolution. Pluto was the first body to be discovered in what is now known as the
LORRI observations of waves in Pluto's atmosphere
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The geology of Pluto and Charon through the eyes of New Horizons
TLDR
Nasa’s New Horizons spacecraft has revealed a complex geology of Pluto and Charon, including evidence of tectonics, glacial flow, and possible cryovolcanoes, and these findings massively increase the understanding of the bodies in the outer solar system.
Surface compositions across Pluto and Charon
TLDR
The New Horizons team presents the complex surface features and geology of Pluto and its large moon Charon, including evidence of tectonics, glacial flow, and possible cryovolcanoes, as well as their analysis of the encounter data downloaded so far.
Pluto’s interaction with its space environment: Solar wind, energetic particles, and dust
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Preliminary results from the two New Horizons instruments that measure charged particles are the Solar Wind Around Pluto (SWAP) instrument and the Pluto Energetic Particle Spectrometer Science Investigation (PEPSSI) instrument are described, which suggest that very few atmospheric molecules are escaping upstream and becoming ionized.
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