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Pluto Doesn’t Care What You Think

4 Aug 2019, 15:10 UTC
Pluto Doesn’t Care What You Think NASA

We’ve come a long way since Clyde Tombaugh first spotted Pluto as a tiny speck of light in 1930. Today, we know that Pluto goes around the Sun once every 248 years. We know it’s smaller than our Moon yet has five moons of its own. We know it even has a thin atmosphere.

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