NASA is set to release new data from its historic flyby of Pluto on Friday afternoon. In the meantime, take a gander at the latest picture from New Horizons: Pluto's surface in hyper-saturated color.

With amped-up shades of blue and red, some of the dwarf planet's most fascinating features become more prominent. You can see, for example, that Pluto's "heart" is split in two -- one side rough and blue-ish, the other full of smooth, frozen plains that give way to jagged mountains.

[Breathtaking image shows Pluto ringed in an atmospheric halo]

According to NASA, the enhanced color may reveal that the smooth plain in the heart -- Sputnik Planum -- may be transporting its ices to the bluish lobes visible around it.

Scientists will spend 16 months downloading all the data collected during the July 14 Pluto flyby, and they'll spend even longer interpreting it. But for now, it's apparent that Pluto is a dynamic world, full of a variety of geological features beyond anything we'd hoped for.

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