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Will Pluto again come in the list of planets in our solar system ???
Why would it? It just isn't a planet. "Planet" isn't some honorary title that was cruelly ripped from poor Pluto. it's a simple designation with criteria that Pluto just doesn't fit - no one would call our moon a planet, no matter how much we love it, same should be of Pluto. It isn't like astrophysicists and the lot suddenly declared a war on Pluto or something, haha. In the end, as far as the average person is concerned, it's all semantics. To the scientists that work with astronomy, they need to figure out how to accurately label things and aren't, and shouldn't be, concerned with nostalgia or some weird emotional attachment to the phrase "My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas" or whatever you learned in elementary school.
by DaniellaWood7 years ago
Is there life on other planets? What do you think?Scientific descoveries suggest that some planets are too hot or too cold for life and that others have no water and so on. But surely humans and animals canNOT be...
by Brittany Kennedy5 years ago
Why is Pluto no longer a planet if it has moons?Please explain what makes a planet a planet and also describe the moons of Pluto.
by T156 years ago
Should Pluto be considered a planet?
by ngureco5 years ago
How many planets are in the solar system?Is Pluto a planet?
by Vimesh Ummer.U5 years ago
In our solar system right now how many planets are there?
by dishyum7 years ago
# The Sun is 330,000 times larger than the Earth.# The moons of all other planets in the solar system are named after Greek gods, except for those of Uranus, which are named after Shakespearean characters.Got more?
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