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Pluto

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Matthew Heckard

on 6 April 2011

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Transcript of Pluto

PLUTO MOONS Nix & Hydra discovered in 2005 Charon discovered in 1978 Percival Lowell discovered Pluto on Feb. 18, 1930 New Horizons Satellite We'll reach Pluto in 2015 Satellite is built for speed and weighs half the weight of a compact car Pluto Comparison Pluto is a dwarf planet Pluto & Charon are about the size of the US Some people think Pluto was named Pluto because of the initials of his name Surface of Pluto Surface temperature is about -351 brown-red color covered with ice Other Facts Plutos technical name now is 134340 Smaller than 7 solar system moons located in the kuiper belt
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