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#73 - silverlance
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(07/27/2013) [-]
Never understood how Pluto cant be considered a planet and yet Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, which are mostly gasious, can
#89 to #73 - threadz
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(07/27/2013) [-]
Is Pluto a planet?
TL;DW: It's because there are lots of other ice ball in the same region of space as Pluto, some bigger than Pluto. If we call Pluto a planet, we also have to call these other object planets, meaning we would have dozens of Planets in our system. Perhaps hundreds considering we keep finding more and more.
#75 to #73 - anomorphous
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(07/27/2013) [-]
because planets are two types. Gas giants, and terrestrial. Pluto is A. a ball of ice and carbon, basically a huge comet, and B. occupies the Kuiper belt, which means it's basically a large Keiper belt object
#87 to #75 - anon
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(07/27/2013) [-]
Pluto will always be a planet in my heart.
#90 to #87 - threadz
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(07/27/2013) [-]
What about all the other balls of ice in the same region that are equal or greater in size to Pluto? Are all of them planets too? Or just pluto, in which case, why are you being racist?
#132 to #90 - silverlance
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(07/28/2013) [-]
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