In 2014, New Horizons discovered an object called Ultima Thule. It is located in the Kuiper belt in the outer regions of the Solar System, in the orbit of Neptune. On January 1, 2019, New Horizons will fly with Ultima Thule at 3500 km (2200 miles). The sun will be nearly 6,5 million km (4 billion billion), as it is still the longest plane plane in the world, and it has been seen for the first time in a kind of Solar System object like this. up.
Ultima Thule measures 30 kilometers in diameter and is uneven. In July 2016, Ultima Thule faced a star of the Earth (star of the Sun), astronomers probably have a binary relationship (two organic touches) or a closed binary system (two objects that are orbiting each other).
The surface of the light is very clear, with only 0.05% of the Earth's sunlight. We know that Ultima Thule has a reddish color, probably hydrocarbon exposure due to sunlight over millions of years. Flyby will also show the lights or the ring system. Ultima Thule refers to Kuiper belt objects that are "classic cold", with virtually circular shots, which have little tendency toward the sun, and have not yet formed a total of 4,600 million years ago. It will be the last Thule, so that it will still study the primitive object of the planet without knowing the remote parts of the Solar System condensed from the solar nebula.