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WHY PLUTO IS NOT A PLANET? #10038
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Hello Everyone,,,

The association's astronomers were given the opportunity to vote for various options for defining the planet. One of these options would increase the number of planets to 12: Pluto would continue to be considered a planet, additionally, Eris and even Ceres would be added to the number of planets, which was previously regarded as the largest asteroid. Various proposals supported the idea of 9 planets, and one of the options for defining the planet led to the deletion of Pluto from the list of the planetary club. But then how to classify Pluto? Do not take it as an asteroid.

In the end, astronomers voted in favor of a rather controversial decision by the then standards and attributed Pluto (and other similar objects) to a new class of objects - to “dwarf planets”.

What is the planet for the new definition? Is Pluto a planet? Does it pass by classification?
In order for an object of the Solar System to be considered a planet, it must meet four requirements defined by the MAS:

-The object must orbit around the sun - and Pluto passes.
-It should be massive enough to ensure its spherical shape with its gravity - And here with Pluto, it seems, everything is in order.
-It should not be a satellite of another object. Pluto itself has 5 satellites.
-He should be able to clear the space around his orbit from other objects - Aha! This rule violates Pluto, which is the main reason why Pluto is not a planet.
What does it mean to “clear the space around its orbit from other objects”? At a time when the planet is just being formed, it becomes the dominant gravitational body in a given orbit. When it interacts with other, smaller objects, it either absorbs them or pushes them away with its gravity. Pluto is only 0.07 the mass of all objects in its orbit. Compare with the Earth - its mass is 1.7 million times greater than the mass of all other objects in its orbit combined.

Any object that does not meet the fourth criterion is considered a dwarf planet. Therefore, Pluto is a dwarf planet. In the solar system, there are very many objects with similar sizes and masses that move in approximately the same orbit. And until Pluto collides with them and takes their mass into their hands, it will remain a dwarf planet. The same is true of Eris.

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Re: WHY PLUTO IS NOT A PLANET? [Re: Macgomes] #10039
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I have met a guy saying to be from Pluto.

Those guys they don't mind Canadian winter lol wink


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Re: WHY PLUTO IS NOT A PLANET? [Re: Macgomes] #10041
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I was just looking at pictures of it, kinda looks like a planet really if it has solid mass though, difficult to see

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Re: WHY PLUTO IS NOT A PLANET? [Re: Macgomes] #10044
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I actually don't trust science that much. I need to see this for myself! Is there a pluto at all? Maybe there's much more than they're telling us.

It's bad science what they do. We need to have more oppertunities to test it for ourselves. Simply verify it!

Trusting in science I call that religion 2.0! You've gotta question it! If you don't, this is no science!


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Re: WHY PLUTO IS NOT A PLANET? [Re: Macgomes] #10059
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Originally Posted by Macgomes
Hello Everyone,,,

The association's astronomers were given the opportunity to vote for various options for defining the planet. One of these options would increase the number of planets to 12: Pluto would continue to be considered a planet, additionally, Eris and even Ceres would be added to the number of planets, which was previously regarded as the largest asteroid. Various proposals supported the idea of 9 planets, and one of the options for defining the planet led to the deletion of Pluto from the list of the planetary club. But then how to classify Pluto? Do not take it as an asteroid.

In the end, astronomers voted in favor of a rather controversial decision by the then standards and attributed Pluto (and other similar objects) to a new class of objects - to “dwarf planets”.

What is the planet for the new definition? Is Pluto a planet? Does it pass by classification?
In order for an object of the Solar System to https://tutuapp.uno/ be considered a planet, it must meet four requirements defined by the MAS:

-The object must orbit around the sun - and Pluto passes.
-It should be massive enough to ensure its spherical shape with its gravity - And here with Pluto, it seems, everything is in order.
-It should not be a satellite of another object. Pluto itself has 5 satellites.
-He should be able to clear the space around his orbit from other objects - Aha! This rule violates Pluto, which is the main reason why Pluto is not a planet.
What does it mean to “clear the space around its orbit from other objects”? At a time when the planet is just being formed, it becomes the dominant gravitational body in a given orbit. When https://showbox.bio/ it interacts with other, smaller objects, it either absorbs them or pushes them away with its gravity. Pluto is only 0.07 the mass of all objects in its orbit. Compare with the Earth - its mass is 1.7 million times greater than the mass of all other objects in its orbit https://vidmate.vet/ combined.

Any object that does not meet the fourth criterion is considered a dwarf planet. Therefore, Pluto is a dwarf planet. In the solar system, there are very many objects with similar sizes and masses that move in approximately the same orbit. And until Pluto collides with them and takes their mass into their hands, it will remain a dwarf planet. The same is true of Eris.


Thank you my issue has been solved,…

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Re: WHY PLUTO IS NOT A PLANET? [Re: Macgomes] #10129
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Turn our Pluto in to a Pluton today, turn our Neptune in to a Nepton tomorrow! Where will it all stop?

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Re: WHY PLUTO IS NOT A PLANET? [Re: Shark] #14214
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Originally Posted by Shark
I actually don't trust science that much. I need to see this for myself! Is there a pluto at all? Maybe there's much more than they're telling us.

It's bad science what they do. We need to have more oppertunities to test it for ourselves. Simply verify it!

Trusting in science I call that religion 2.0! You've gotta question it! If you don't, this is no science!



i love Science. but don't like what human Scientist teach. They are super quick to say something is a FACT of Science only to be proven dead wrong, when more evidence appears later. Should NEVER say something is a FACT if it is NOT. For example all the Scientists at one time in the past taught and affirmed that the Earth was flat. They taught it as a FACT. And before that Scientists taught that the Sun rotated around the Earth, and that to they claimed was a FACT.

i love Science, just don't trust human Scientists to tell me what is True Science.

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