A new explanation for the reddish north pole of Pluto's moon Charon

A trio of researchers at Purdue University has developed a new theory to explain why Pluto’s moon Charon has a reddish north pole. In their paper published in the journal Nature Communications, Stephanie Menten, Michael Sori and Ali Bramson, describe their study of the reddish surfaces of many icy objects in the Kuiper Belt, and how they might relate to Charon’s reddish pole.

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