Unfortunately, the NASA New Horizons mission that was originally launched in 2006 left partially incomplete.
Earlier, scientists were unable to discover any appropriate target in the entire frame of the solar system for this particular spacecraft.
Nevertheless, the Arizona telescope facilitates researchers to put that mission on the right path.
The New Horizons mission will reach Pluto till the month of October or December of 2015. The chief aim of this mission is to offer best possible data and image of the Pluto. Even the entire panel of the New Horizons mission is unaware what would be the next target of this New Horizons mission.
Previously, the group suggested five targets that can be considered as the future goals of the NASA New Horizons Mission. However, merely three of them were selected by the entire research group.
As per these targets, Kuiper belt would be the next major goal of this spacecraft. Earlier, scientists strived really hard to closely examine the cold object located in the Kuiper belt but in vain. Therefore, experts decided to send a special spacecraft in order to get a better view of the Kuiper belt objects.
Therefore, the NASA Horizons mission would try to visit any one of these three objects of the Kuiper belt after the completion of the Flyby Pluto mission.
Thanks to NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope that revealed three cold and rigid objects located at the Kuiper belts.