On Friday, NASA released a haunting new image taken by the New Horizons space probe during its flyby of Pluto: a look at Pluto's atmosphere under infrared wavelengths. The result is a serene blue glow that outlines the dwarf planet in a perfect circle.
This photograph is a nighttime panorama that shows one of the few -- possibly only -- major international borders on Earth that can be seen at night from space. Cool? No, not cool. Not at all. Here's why.