After nine years sailing through space, New Horizons sailed past Pluto on July 14, dazzling the world with stunning high-resolution images of the dwarf planet and its moons. But what's next? There's some hope that New Horizons
will go past a Kuiper Belt object in 2019
, but that seems a long time to wait for the next big spacecraft encounter. Luckily, there are spacecraft getting ready to zoom all over the solar system.
Click through this slideshow to get a preview of strange new worlds, and places that are going to get another close-up.
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Image: Artist's impression of New Horizons getting close to Pluto (center) and its moon Charon.