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ASTRONOMY (PLUTO)
PLUTO. THE SATELLITES OF PLUTO. THE DISCOVERY OF PLUTO. (Patrick Moore and Garry Hunt, "The Atlas of the Solar System," Crescent Books, New York,... 
Is Pluto a Planet? - Space & Astronomy for Kids - 1/30/99
Pluto is the ninth planet, or is it? from your About.com Guide 
StarDate Online | Solar System Guide | Pluto
Solar System Guide: Pluto Although it was the last planet discovered in our solar system, tiny Pluto is not always the farthest planet from the Sun. 
Micronet: Astronomy: Pluto
Pluto. Picture taken by NASA Hubble Space Telescope (HST). The other Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune,... 
Clyde Tombaugh (1906-1997): Pluto
Information about the planet Pluto, discovered by the late astronomer Clyde Tombaugh 
Pluto, astronomy
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Tombaugh, Clyde William - ICSTARS Astronomy Tribute
Devoted to the man who discovered the Pluto, this resource offers a biography, photos, and related links. 
Open Directory - Science: Astronomy: Solar System: Pluto
about dmoz | add URL | update URL | become an editor | feedback the entire directory only in Solar_System/Pluto Top: Science: Astronomy: Solar System: Pluto (7) NSSDC Photo Gallery: Pluto Planet Pluto - From Dilip's Planet Corner. Pluto - NASA... 
Pluto - Space - Net Links
The smallest 'planet' in our solar system, here's links on Pluto, from your About.com Guide. 
NSSDC Photo Gallery: Pluto
These pictures were taken by the Hubble Space Telescope and are provided courtesy of the Space Telescope Science Institute. If you have questions about the images on NSSDC's Photo Gallery, please first consult our Frequently Asked Questions page. 
The Planet Pluto
Astronomy Homework Research Help Compiled by Gary Agranat GCA7Sky@AOL.Com Solar System Menu Recent news stories suggest that Pluto will eventually be reclassified from a Planet to a Kuiper Belt - Trans-Neptunian Object. 
Pluto Puzzle - Zoom Astronomy
Pluto Puzzle - Unscramble an astronomy picture by answering questions. 
APOD: February 13, 1999 - Pluto: The Frozen Planet
Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 
The Planet Pluto - Space and Astronomy for Kids Net Links
Web pages with information about the planet Pluto, the farthest planet from the sun, from your About.com Guide 
APOD: February 12, 1996 - Pluto Not Yet Explored
Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 
Is Pluto a giant comet?
Well, probably not. But the possibility does exist. And the possibility has been discussed for decades (for example, see Fred Whipple's 1964 paper in Proc. National Acad. Sci. 52, 583). We do know that Pluto ... 
APOD: August 18, 1995 - Pluto: The Frozen Planet
Discover the cosmos! Each day we feature a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 
HST Images of the Surface of Pluto
Pluto 29kB 56kB 194kB Higher resolution (300dpi) The never-before-seen surface of the distant planet Pluto is resolved in these NASA Hubble Space Telescope pictures, taken with the European Space Agency's (ESA) Faint Object Camera (FOC) aboard Hubble. 
ASTRONOMY Magazine - Astronomy News - Solid Ethane Found on Pluto
Until recently, images taken by ground-based telescopes always showed Pluto and its moon Charon blurred together because their maximum separation is only 0.9 arcsecond as seen from Earth. But the excellent quality of the Subaru Telescope's 8.3-meter primary mi 
Pluto - Astronomy
Pluto. Pluto, is normally the outermost of the known planets and the most distant from the Sun. Named for the god of the underworld in Roman... 
APOD Glossary
Astronomy Picture of the Day Glossary Cepheid: A pulsating variable star. This type of star undergoes a rhythmic pulsation as indicated by its regular pattern of changing brightness as a function of time. 
Astronomy Now | Breaking News | Kuiper belt obje...
Kuiper belt objects shards from collision that created Pluto and Charon SOUTHWEST RESEARCH INSTITUTE NEWS RELEASE Posted: October 9, 1999 Pluto and Charon as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope. 
The Planet Pluto - Space and Astronomy for Kids Net Links
You are here: Home > Kids/Teens > Space Astronomy for Kids > Net Links Thu, Dec 9, 1999 Cynthia Phillips - your About.com Guide to:Space Astronomy for Kids Content: Welcome | Netlinks | Articles | Guide Bio | Search | Related TalkAbout: Forums | Chat 
What is the Status of the Planet Pluto?
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Astronomy for Kids - Pluto from Hubble
Astronomy for Kids is an astronomy site designed with kids in mind, as well as their parents 
LT: Astronomy: Pluto and Charon
Pluto and Charon Nordic Optical Telescope. Pluto is the smallest and most distant planet planet in the Solar System. Its moon, Charon, is almost as... 
Pluto
Information Leaflet No. 45: `Pluto'. Pluto is, on average, the most distant planet from the Sun. For the next few years, however, it is in fact closer to the Sun than is its closest rival, Neptune. 
The St. Enda's Astronomy Homepage- Pluto
Pluto has the most eccentric orbit of any planet in our Solar System, for 20 yrs. of its 248.54 yrs. orbit, Pluto lies closer to the Sun than... 
INSTITUTE FOR ASTRONOMY University of Hawaii Pluto and Triton: The Coldest Worlds We Know
Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii Way out at the edge of the system of planets that orbits our sun, so far away that it takes sunlight reflected ... 
Yahoo! Science:Astronomy:Solar System:Planets:Pluto
Personalize Help - Check Email Home > Science > Astronomy > Solar System > Planets > Pluto www. .com all of Yahoo! just this category Inside Yahoo! News: Astronomy
Astronomy gifs of Pluto and Charon
/pc/gifpluto: Astronomy gifs of Pluto and Charon 00index.txt 474 Feb 13 08:47 Descriptions of the files in the gifpluto directory plutchar.gif 130764 Mar 15 1995 Pluto and Charon, prior correction Hubble image pluto.gif 147674 Dec 13 1994 Pluto and. 
The Planet Pluto - Space and Astronomy for Kids Net Links
You are here: Home > Education > Space Astronomy for Kids > Net Links Sun, Dec 12, 1999 Cynthia Phillips - your About.com Guide to:Space Astronomy for Kids Content: Welcome | Netlinks | Articles | Guide Bio | Search | Related | About College TalkAbout 
Views of the Solar System
Privacy Statement Views of the Solar System by Calvin J.Hamilton Views of the Solar System presents a vivid multimedia adventure unfolding the splendor of the Sun, planets, moons, comets, asteroids, and more. Discover the latest scientific... 
Astronomy - Space Net Links
Astronomy resources, from the sun to pluto, from your About.com Guide. 
Astronomy Now | Breaking News | Massive planet may lie beyond Pluto
Massive planet may lie beyond Pluto ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY NEWS RELEASE Posted: October 7, 1999 The mystery object could be bigger than Jupiter, our Solar System's largest known planet. Image: NASA/JPL. Intrigued by the fact that long-period comets 
Pluto (astronomy)
Pluto In astronomy, the smallest and, usually, outermost planet of the Solar System. The existence of Pluto was predicted by calculation by Percival Lowell and the planet was located by Clyde Tombaugh in 1930. Its highly elliptical orbit... 
Astronomy Picture of the Day
Astronomy Picture of the Day Index : Pluto The links in this page have the word Pluto . | Archive | Index | Search | Glossary | Calendar | Today's Picture | 9: Wings of a Planetary Nebula A Sky Full Of Planets Jupiter And Family Pioneer 10: The... 
APOD Index
(preliminary test version) Sun * Mercury * Venus * Earth * Mars * Jupiter * Saturn * Uranus * Neptune * Pluto Comets --- Hyakutake * Hale-Bopp * Halley 
Voyager Project Home Page
The Official Voyager Project Home Page straight from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Explore images of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune taken by Voyager 1 & 2. Find out Voyager's Message to the Universe. Learn about the science instrumen