NASA described the moment as & # 39; historical & # 39; and said that after many years of space travel the New Horizons spacecraft is at the closest point of Altmia Thule. & # 39;
The Altima Thule would have been frozen 4.6 billion years ago when our solar system formed.
NASA says that the particle is the furthest celestial body ever visited and explored by mankind.
After four to five hours of driving to Altima Thuley, New Horizons will stay in contact with the earth for about a quarter of an hour to send the first clear photo.
NASA expects to receive this photo at the end of the day.
According to NASA, the fast-paced spacecraft reached Newharezons speed through the rocket launched in 2006, with speeds in excess of 16 kilometers per second (more than 57 thousand kilometers per hour).
It also gained extra speed because of its flight near Jupiter in 2007, resulting in "being thrown like a tower and gaining an extra speed of about 15,500 km / h."
The vehicle is now more than 6.4 billion kilometers of land, yet easily transmittable with radio waves that are transported at a speed of light to and from the spacecraft, more than 1 billion kilometers per hour.
Although the radio signal takes a little more than one and a half seconds to reach the moon, it takes more than 6 hours to connect to the vehicle.
Communication between the vehicle of New Horizons and the earth takes place via a series of data in the form of zeroes and units.
* Sky News