Pluto, the Venice of Solar System?  


 The last planet in the chain of our solar system used to be Pluto. How far away it is and how much time it would take to reach there is not something that everyone knows. But in the pursuit of finding water, though frozen, scientists have found dunes of methane in frozen form on Pluto. As per the report published in the Journal of Science, it was stated that the further we explore, the distant we go, the layers of mysteries start revealing themselves in such an artistic way that the truth is not distinct from a myth.

Exploration and research suggested that Pluto had an environment like that of a dessert. The images sent by NASA’s New Horizons Mission which flew close to the mysterious planet in July 2015 revealed some secrets not known before.

The expedition took more than a decade to reach there even when flying at a speed of 58,536 km/h (36,373 mph). It did not stay there, and the images were gathered as it passed