Pluto : Dwarf Planet

Pluto’s classification as a planet has had a history of changes. Since 2006, per the International Astronomical Union’s planetary criteria, Pluto isn’t considered a planet because it hasn’t cleared the neighborhood around its orbit of other objects. However, it does meet IAU’s criteria for what constitutes a dwarf planet.

10 Things to know
1 Small world : 2/3 the width of Earth's moon.
2 Deep space
3 Slow journey
4 Small in size, but not in importance
5 Hazy days
6 Moon dance : 5 moons
The largest, Charon, is so big that Pluto and Charon orbit each other like a double planet.
7 Ringless
8 Sole encounter
9 Harsh habitat
10 Food for thought
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While many do not care for their parents, some on earth purposely do not see their father, grand father, father in law who has left life but is about to leave this earth.

Science increases age. They are so short thinkers & egoistic that they forget that
a day will come when they are grand parents or parents.

As of now there are humans on this planet and if we see them on another planet one day,
we they dont have such human attitude.