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Pluto is a dwarf planet in the area of the Kuiper belt, which is an area with many dwarf planets, according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The dwarf planet is after Neptune in the planetary ...

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Many interesting facts about snakes relate to their anatomy, such as the fact that they don't have eyelids and that they have internal rather than external ears. A snake’s body can have over 300 pairs of ribs, and its or...

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Some interesting facts about the number 10 include the Korean alphabet has 10 vowels, Virginia was the 10th state to enter the Union and the metric system is based on the number 10. In England, a person can be convicted ...

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Pluto became a dwarf planet in 2006. Upon being stripped of its title as a planet, Pluto joined two other celestial bodies, called Eris and Ceres, in the category of dwarf planets. The decision to reclassify the former p...

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As of 2015, facts about the planet Jupiter can be found on websites for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and The Planets. NASA offers separate Web pages aimed at adults and children.

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In 2006, the International Astronomical Union redefined the criteria for what qualifies as a planet, causing Pluto to lose its designation as such. As of 2014, Pluto is considered one of five dwarf planets, with the othe...

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Pluto has a volume of about 1.53 cubic miles, a radius of 715.2 miles, a surface area of 6.42 million miles and an equatorial circumference of 4,493.7 miles. It is only 0.006 times as voluminous as Earth.

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