Pluto is still a planet, just a dwarf planet, amirite?

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They prefer to be called little planets. un smilie

StickCavemans avatar StickCaveman Yeah You Are +6Reply

It's actually a planetoid. In the same way a meteoroid is not an asteroid, a planetoid is not just a small planet. A planet must not , for the most part, share its orbit with other large celestial objects. Pluto was never a planet (Earth word, Earth definition), its un-planet-like characteristics were just undetectable at the time it was given a name.


Thank you. CGP Grey is the man.

Mass = Volume x Density, amirite

It's a planet in New Mexico.

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