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Transcript of Pluto
By: India and Liana Pluto in brief
2000-2020: pluto will slowly be moving through Sagittarius.
2113: pluto will be the farthest from the sun it has ever been.
1930:Pluto was discovered by astronemer Clyde Tombaugh
February 11, 1999: Pluto crossed Neptunes orbit.
2019: Charon will pass over and under Pluto. 3,700,000,000 miles from the sun
diamiter of 1,430
Volume is 6,390,000,000 km
The mass is 13,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
The length of a day is equal to 6 days and 9 hours.
The length of a year is equal to 248.5 earth years.
There is 1 known moon on Pluto.
About -356 degrees fahrenheit year 'round
Pluto in a paragraph Pluto???? Intresting????? Pluto speeds along at more than 60,000 kph.
The nearest star to our sun is 24,800,000,000,000 miles away and it happens to be one of Pluto's moons! Pluto has 3 moons Charon, Hydra, and Nix.
discovered by J. Christy in 1987
average distance from Pluto is 19,600 km
mass is 1,620,000,000,000,000,000,000
the length of a day is 6.4 Earth days
the length of a year is 6.38725 earth days
"Tiny,cold, incredibly distant." Says NASA.It was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh, at age 24, in 1930. It is now a dwarf planet, that was 9th from the sun. It's average distance from the sun is 3,670,050,000 miles. It has 3 known moons: Nix, Hydra, and Charon.Travleing at 10,623 miles per hour,it is very fast.It is one of the coldest planets at -356 degrees fahrenheit. Now that is cold!!!!!! That, is Pluto in a paragraph. pictures!!! Bibliography
1.)Ian Morison & Margret Pentson. Pocket Guide to Stars and Planets.2005.
2.)Thompson, Luke. The Library of the Planets: Pluto. New York: 2001 Print
3.)Brewer, Duncan. Planet Guides: The Outer Planets Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. 1993.
4.)United States. N.A.S.A. Pluto. 4 Mar. 2010 http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Pluto