The legendary Queen guitarist and also a famous astrophysicist, Brian May, has posted a new photo on his official Instagram account and recalled the recent article that was written by Alan Boyle.

As Brian talks about the media report about the Pluto’s five-year-after encounter, he also stated that he will announce the results of the study of another neighboring star soon.

You may read the caption of Brian that the Horizon team has sent the fastest spacecraft ever to analyze the universe once again and despite this is not Brian’s idea, he feels honored to be part of the project.

The post he shared got 50K likes in just four hours, and its counting while we are preparing the article for you.

Here is the caption of the post:

“New Horizons triumphs again!! This is a media report of what was revealed today by the NASA ‘New Horizons’ team – the amazing outfit which sent the fastest spacecraft in history out to the far reaches of the Universe, on a 12-year journey to photograph the Planet Pluto at close quarters. The craft then sped on to rendezvous with a remote Kuiper Belt Object (KBO) now named Arrokoth.”

He continued:

“Again it secured the first photographs in the history of such a far-flung rock. But now New Horizons has pulled off another first – the longest baseline stereoscopic picture in history, and the first simultaneous parallax measurement of a nearby star – Proxima Centauri. And, just to show it wasn’t a one-off – also a second parallax study – of another neighboring star – Wolf 359. Wanna see the results?

Next post, if my brain will hold out !!! I’m well proud to be a member of this team. This WASN’T my idea – that honour goes to Tod Lauer – but I was able to throw in a few small contributions. Next post will show the results !!! But I will also put a link to the official NASA release in my Bio. Bri.”

Check out the Instagram post below.

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New Horizons triumphs again !! This is a media report of what was revealed today by the NASA ‘New Horizons’ team – the amazing outfit which sent the fastest spacecraft in history out to the far reaches of the Universe, on a 12 year journey to photograph the Planet Pluto at close quarters. The craft then sped on to rendezvous with a remote Kuiper Belt Object (KBO) now named Arrokoth. Again it secured the first photographs in history of such a far-flung rock. But now New Horizons has pulled off another first – the longest baseline stereoscopic picture in history, and the first simultaneous parallax measurement of a nearby star – Proxima Centauri. And, just to show it wasn’t a one-off – also a second parallax study – of another neighbouring star – Wolf 359. Wanna see the results ? Next post, if my brain will hold out !!! I’m well proud to be a member of this team. This WASN’T my idea – that honour goes to Tod Lauer – but I was able to throw in a few small contributions. Next post will show the results !!! But I will also put a link to the official NASA release in my Bio. Bri

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