The Last Planet


From the icy surface of Pluto, the Sun is only a bright star. Pluto’s moon Charon, nearly half as large as Pluto itself, looms large on the horizon. During its current “springtime”, the Last Planet dips inside the orbit of Neptune and warms up enough to generate a thin, hazy atmosphere, which will freeze out again for most of its 248-year orbit.

Print edition of 750. Signed and numbered.


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