Love is everywhere, even in the fartherst reaches of the Solar System. On NASA's first-ever mission to Pluto, the New Horizons satellite discovers that even when you're far from home, you are loved.
New Horizons was the first NASA satellite to visit and take close-up images of Pluto. And though the journey was long and challenging, New Horizons discovered a message of love in the heart-shaped nitrogren ice lake on Pluto's surface.
About the Author
Karl Jones is a children's book editor and writer. He has authored several activity books, picture books, and Mad Libs.
Andrew J. Ross is a Canadian storyboard artist and illustrator who has spent time working in the U.S. on animated films for DreamWorks Animation, Sony Animation, Illumination Entertainment, and Blue Sky Studios. He's best known for his work on Kung Fu Panda 3, Penguins of Madagascar, and Captain Underpants. Andrew currently lives in Toronto with his wife, Sheryl, and cactus, Peter.