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After Pluto, What Next for NASA?

The U.S. space program needs a vision -- and some private-sector help.

Who you calling a 'dwarf'?

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The first detailed glimpse of Pluto was a stunner: A mottled, multicolored orb, shimmering 3 billion miles from Earth. It has craters, "great mounds," a mysterious dark belt along the equator -- even suggestions of snowfall.

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