Over the last few months, New Horizons has continued to send back images of Pluto from its closest July flyby of the dwarf planet. They’re amazing. But today’s releases put them all to shame. These images—the first in a series of high-res shots NASA will release in the coming weeks—are the sharpest humans will ever see of Pluto’s surface. That is, until explorers send another probe out toward the Kuiper belt.
If you want to see the images in the highest resolution possible, click on the image to the left and zoom in. NASA also produced a video, below, scanning across the entire 50 mile-wide strip—ranging from the horizon, across the al-Idrisi mountains, and into Sputnik Planum.