After it left Pluto, the New Horizons satellite continued drifting off into the far reaches of the Solar System. Luckily, NASA announced that they've found a dwarf planet that NH will pass by and take pictures of. The public chose Ultima Thule as its name. Although full pictures aren't due until New Year's Day/2nd Jan, NH has now booted up in preparation of the flyby. This is particularly interesting because it is the furthest away object that has ever been photographed by humanity, lying past Pluto and well into the Kuiper Belt. Its about 3 years removed from Pluto now and travels at 36,000mph so math fans can work out that it's about 4 billion miles away.