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  • moon. Pluto's rotational period is 6.39 Earth-days. If you stood on the surface of Pluto, you would weigh only 6% as much as you do on Earth. Pluto was
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  • known dwarf planet (after Eris and Pluto) and is the second largest known object in the Kuiper belt (after Pluto). Makemake averages 45.79 AU from the
    524 bytes (94 words) - 20:37, 28 August 2010
  • star 별 constellation 별자리 sun 태양 solar system 태양계 Mercury 수성 Venus 금성 Earth 지구 Mars 화성 Jupiter 목성 Saturn 토성 Uranus 천왕성 Neptune 해왕성 Pluto 명왕성 Comet 혜성
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  • CustomOrbit "jpl-uranus-sun" } Modify "Neptune" "Sol" { CustomOrbit "jpl-neptune-sun" } Modify "Pluto" "Sol" { CustomOrbit "jpl-pluto-sun" }
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  • in the Kuiper belt, making it a plutoid. It is one-third as massive as Pluto. It is very probably shaped as an ellipsoid despite having collapsed under
    630 bytes (114 words) - 13:51, 30 August 2010
  • VSOP87, JPL Ephemerides may be used for the orbits of the major planets, Pluto, the Moon, and the Sun. vsop87-mercury vsop87-venus vsop87-earth vsop87-mars
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  • Planets Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Other Bodies Dwarf planets Ceres Pluto Eris Makemake Haumea Asteroids Meteorites Centaurs Comets Trans-Neptunian
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  • edge of the solar system, not just those in the Kuiper belt. The object Pluto, formerly considered a planet, is part of the Kuiper Belt. It has an orbital
    2 KB (373 words) - 20:23, 9 May 2014
  • Pluto's volume is the largest in the known dwarf planets, the largest in the Kuiper Belt objects, and probably the largest in the trans-Neptunian objects
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  • system at regular intervals. There are eight planets orbiting the Sun (Pluto being reclassified as a dwarf planet), which is at the centre of the solar
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  • considered as the god of the sea. Born of Cronos and Rhea, he had Zeus and Pluto (Hades) for brothers. Poseidon also had three sisters: Hestia, Hera, and
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  • discovered in our solar system: Uranus (1781), Neptune (1846) and Pluto (1930). Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet in 2006. In addition, our solar
    4 KB (651 words) - 03:38, 24 September 2011
  • famous of these, and the first discovered, is Pluto. Any trans-Neptunian dwarf planet is called a plutoid. Pluto is in the Kuiper belt of objects that begins
    819 bytes (146 words) - 16:30, 25 August 2010
  • million Kuiper belt objects. Pluto orbits within this region. When the definition of a planet was changed in 2006, Pluto failed the test of clearing out
    16 KB (2,437 words) - 23:03, 17 October 2014
  • several Pluto-like objects in the Kuiper belt. The debate came to a head with the discovery of Eris, which has a diameter that exceeds Pluto's by 70 miles
    12 KB (2,174 words) - 23:45, 14 January 2014
  • Saturn 土星 どせい Dosei Uranus 天王星 てんのうせい Tennōsei Neptune 海王星 かいおうせい Kaiōsei Pluto 冥王星 めいおうせい Meiōsei comet 彗星 すいせい Suisei Galaxy 銀河系 ぎんがけい Gingakei Celestial
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  • The Moon's diameter is over 50% greater than that of the dwarf planet Pluto. Mars has two very small moons, both discovered by Asaph Hall. Deimos was
    19 KB (3,108 words) - 02:59, 23 November 2015
  • planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. The asteroids were at one time also considered to be planets, but scientists
    27 KB (4,871 words) - 18:49, 30 September 2011
  • a diameter of about 2500 kilometers and a mass that is 27% greater than Pluto's. It was first spotted in January 2005. Eris's orbit is beyond the Kuiper
    756 bytes (142 words) - 21:47, 4 March 2011
  • There are currently five recognized dwarf planets: Solar System/Ceres Solar System/Pluto Solar System/Eris Solar System/Makemake Solar System/Haumea
    323 bytes (54 words) - 13:50, 30 August 2010

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