Also NASA will be broadcasting on NASA TV for the next several days to inform the public of what is being discovered. Here is a link to NASA TV. You can check the schedule for the broadcast regarding New Horizons;
Here is one of the latest images of Pluto and it's moon Charon. No one in the history of the human race has seen what Pluto and Charon look like until now. The pictures in the coming days will have much more detail, and far greater resolution.
This past week I have imaged several galaxies, globular clusters and Planetary nebula, mostly in the constellation Pegasus. The first is a planetary nebula in Vulpecula. It represents a star that grew old, swelled up and blew off it's outer layers. What you see here is a remnant of that great explosion.
Next is an image of M15, a globular cluster, that is in orbit around our galaxy. It consists of thousands of suns rotating around a common center.
Below is spiral galaxy NGC7331 far outside of the Milky Way, and you may notice several other smaller galaxies nearby. A galaxy consists of billions of suns large and small rotating around a common center.
These two galaxies are NGC 7332 and NGC 7739. They form an interesting pair of galaxies, seen nearly edge on.
Finally we have a beautiful barred spiral galaxy NGC 7479.