The space agency is keen to boast of this work. New Horizons are getting closer to the MU69 than it did its main target, Pluto, thanks to "endless accuracy" in calculations in many countries. There was a real chance that the camera would miss the thing altogether, according to mission team Principal Investigator Alan Stern.
You can not get better photos than here, unfortunately. However, they are enough that they can give more insight into the development of matter and the type of interactions that are roughly roughly 4.1billion miles from Earth. These are brief snapshots, but they can provide years of perspective.