Is Pluto A Planet


Is Pluto a planet?

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  1. Pluto is smaller than 9 moons in the Milky Way galaxy. (1:32)

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  2. Pluto was discovered in 1930. (2:55)

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  3. Pluto was re-categorized as an object in the Kuiper Belt, alongside other icy orbs. (3:33)

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