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Progress in Understanding the Pluto System: 10 Years after Flyby

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The Progress in Understanding the Pluto System: 10 Years after Flyby meeting is scheduled for July 14–18, 2025, in Laurel, Maryland.

NASA's New Horizons mission conducted the first and only exploration flyby of the Pluto system, culminating at the closest approach on July 14, 2015. We plan a meeting to assess advances made since then using New Horizons and other data (ground-based, James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), Hubble Space Telescope (HST), etc.) regarding all aspects of the Pluto system.

The meeting will include a call for abstracts, invited and contributed presentations, and workshops.

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