National Aeronautics and Space Administration 's (NASA) spacecraft, New Horizons which monitors Pluto has released new images of breathtaking images of the dwarf planet.

"The cameras on NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft captured Pluto rotating over the course of a full Pluto day. The best available images of each side of Pluto taken during approach have been combined to create this view of a full rotation," said a press release.

Take a look at the images below:

Pluto's tiny moon, Kerberos.

Charon and the smallest moons of Pluto.

(All images have been sourced from NASA website. )

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