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Pluto

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Transcript of Pluto

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Pluto The Dwarf Planet
The 8Th planet?
Pluto's moons
In 2006

astronauts

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Pluto

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planet anymore because of it's

size, distance, orbit and

many more.
Also they found that there was another planet bigger than Pluto named Eris and then they found more and more planets but smaller than Pluto, but they didn't want to make those all into to a planet, so they considered Pluto as dwarf planet with all the other planets.
Pluto's orbit is tilted and a oval shape,not like the other planets where its orbit is a circle space. Also Pluto's orbit crosses Neptune's orbit. Now and then Pluto crosses Neptune's orbit and stays there for 20 years, that makes Pluto closer to the sun than Neptune. The last time it happened was in 1979 it switched back in 1999.
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Discovery Of Pluto! :)
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Venetia Burney
Clyde Tombaugh
Pluto
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Pluto's satellite system
Pluto's orbit crossing Neptune's orbit
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In 1978 astronauts found out that Pluto had a moon called Charon. Charon is half the size of Pluto and it is the closest and biggest out of all the other moons of Pluto.
In 2005 they found there were two other moons of Pluto and they are named Nix and Hydra, Nix is the second closet moon and Hydra is the farthest.
Until in 2012 they found the newest moon named P5 Or S/2012 (134340) 1 and it was the second closest to Pluto.
The discovery of Pluto was in 1930 by a man named Clyde Tombaugh.
Pluto's name came from a 11 year old girl who was named Venetia Burney in Oxford, England. Venetia was born in July 11 1918, died in April the 30 2009. She was deciding names with her grandfather, he was a librarian in the University of Oxford. xD
Facts about Pluto
Pluto's temperature is about -220c,it usually doesn't go below it
Pluto is smaller than the earth's moon
Pluto's is about 5.9 billion km away from the sun
A day on Earth is over 6 days on Pluto
Pluto's air is nitrogen and methane, which are deadly for human
Pluto is the second biggest dwarf planet
In 2006 NASA launched the New Horizons spacecraft, its the first mission to Pluto,we will learn more in in 2015
Discovery of Pluto
Pluto the dwarf planet
Pluto's moons
The 8Th planet?
Facts about Pluto
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In 2011 they found another moon named P4 or S/2011 (134340) 1, P4 is the second farthest from Pluto.
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Resoures
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pluto

http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Pluto

http://www.space.com/43-pluto-the-ninth-planet-that-was-a-dwarf.html
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