pluto

Pluto Facts For Kids Fun & Intriguing Details & History

In 2006, Pluto lost its planetary status, which resulted in an international outcry from space fans and a bizarre movement to reinstate it. The public has till Friday, April 24 to enable name new capabilities on Pluto and its orbiting satellites as they are found by NASA’s New Horizons mission. Pluto also has a lot of fractures on its frozen surface that seem young and may perhaps indicate recent expansion. Its moon Charon also orbits Pluto in about 153 hours never ever increasing or setting, hovering about the same spot facing Pluto with only one side, a state referred to...