We're still getting a steady stream of Pluto data from New Horizons, which has the occasional burst of official science.
Like these studies just released in the journal Science, showing Pluto is far more active than researchers thought.
The findings include tectonics and ice volcanoes, as well as evidence for seasons and geologic surface activity.
And researchers studied Pluto's immediate environment, especially how solar wind interacts with its atmosphere and magnetic field.
And expect more of the same in the coming months. New Horizons' download is expected to run until about September.