Tagged: Pluto

Pluto, planets and you

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Action Science Theatre is back, everyone!

I’m only allowed, by law, to use one more exclamation point in this blog, so I’m going to save it for later.

Now that we’ve returned, let’s tackle one of the big problems, something which has dogged humanity since at least 2006.

Is Pluto a planet or not?

Episode 23: Much Ado About 4.2 Billion Km

Pluto! Pluto! Here, Pluto!

Pluto is a long way away, and is a barren, featureless rock. No wait, that’s Australia (just kidding, kangaroo lovers!).

Some people can’t make up their minds about things. Spaciticians can’t make up their minds whether something is a planet, or a speck on their telescope. So Pluto has always provided them with a tough challenge.

Is it a planet? Is it a floaty rock? Let battle commence!