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Kareem El-Sadi (crosscheck9) Captain

Yes, that discussion among scientists has been active for a weeks now -- Makes you question everything you've been told 🙄

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Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain

Yes, we are back to 8 planets in are minuscule solar system.


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violentviolet First Officer

Astronomers have been debating Pluto's planetary status for years.If it's not a planet, is it a big asteriod? I don't really care to much what astronomers and scientists are now saying,to me Pluto will always be Mickey Mouses' dog! ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL

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hinch Chief Captain

i've never classed pluto as a planet. i have very much been fascinated by since since i was small, and i believe ever since i was about 6 i've argued so - including one instance where the teacher called me stupid.

the fact is, it's too darn small and has a funny orbit Wink

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RadarMan Chief Captain

I would like to see it stay as a planet but if it did 3 others (smaller) would qualify since they have the same orbits and composition.


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hinch Chief Captain

it's very true, there are a number of bodies in the same belt as pluto that are larger and similar in many ways - just perhaps not quite as round and thus not a 'planet'. also having been discovered later they didn't stand a chance - pluto was only labelled a planed having been discoevered in 1930 before the other objects and also for arguments sake (my very easy method just speeds up naming planets now doesn't work...x)

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Tailhook Chief Captain

Will this affect numerology and astrology?

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