This video is on the New Horizons space mission (launched in 2006) which primary task is to make the first reconnaissance of Pluto (planned for 2015). For its secondary objective, New Horizons will visit one or more objects in the Kuiper Belt region beyond Neptune.
To find an interesting Kuiper Belt object they are asking for the help of the public, read how here: http://cosmoquest.org/iceinvestigators/
Below are some nice images made by the space craft until now!
Best Color Image of Jupiter's Little Red Spot
Montage of New Horizons images of Jupiter and its volcanic moon Io, taken during the spacecraft’s Jupiter flyby in early 2007.
This beautiful image of the crescents of volcanic Io and more sedate Europa is a combination of two New Horizons images taken March 2, 2007
This image demonstrates the first detection of Pluto using the high-resolution mode on the New Horizons Long-Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) Jan. 2008
This New Horizons image of Jupiter's volcanic moon Io was taken February 28, 2008
The New Horizons Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) observed Neptune on June 23, 2010
LORRI Looks Back