Colorado Scientists Have A Lot Riding On Pluto Mission

<p>(Courtesy <a href="">NASA</a>)</p>
<p>Artist&#039;s concept of the New Horizons spacecraft encountering Pluto and its largest moon, Charon.</p>

Colorado scientists have a lot riding on the space mission scheduled to rendezvous with Pluto on Tuesday.

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. delivered Ralph, the imaging instrument providing the "eyes" of the New Horizons mission.