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Pluto still a planet, NASA administrator says
Saturday August 24, 2019, marked a vexing anniversary for planetary scientists. It was 13 years to the day that Pluto's official definition changed — what was once numbered among the planets of the Solar System was now but a humble dwarf planet.
Picture was clear, but black hole’s name a little fuzzy
The newly pictured supermassive black hole is a beast with no name, at least not an official one. And what happens next could be cosmically confusing.
Debate over Pluto's planet status still contested
Millions around the world went through school with the understanding that Pluto qualifies as a planet.
Egg planet hovering behind Pluto
A massive egg shaped object is hovering behind Pluto, scientists have revealed.
Scientists find 'penitentes' on Pluto
Scientists have discovered unique snow and ice formations on Pluto — formations previously only found in the Andes. The formations are ice ridges known as 'penitentes'.
Pluto, the beginning for New Horizons Kuiper Belt journey
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is far from done making waves in cosmic discoveries. But to understand where New Horizons is going next it's important to know why Pluto was selected for a flyby mission by NASA, wrote.
Pluto's mysterious, floating hills
The nitrogen ice glaciers on Pluto appear to carry an intriguing cargo: Numerous, isolated hills that may be fragments of water ice from Pluto's surrounding uplands. These hills individually measure one to several miles or kilometers across, according to images and data from NASA's New Horizons mission.
Pluto's widespread water ice
Data from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft point to more prevalent water ice on Pluto's surface than previously thought.
NASA spacecraft flies by Pluto, leaves 'hallmark in human history'
A tiny US spacecraft has made a historic flyby passing the planet Pluto after a decade-long journey from the Earth.

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