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 Ten Facts About the Planet Pluto?

Answer Tiny, icy Pluto was long regarded as our solar system's ninth, most-distant planet. However, in recent years, scientists across the globe have changed their opinion of the rocky little body: Pluto ... Read More »
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What is the distance between Earth and Pluto?

Pluto can be as close as 28 astronomical units, or approximately 2.6 billion miles, from Earth, when the ninth planet reaches its closest point to the sun, according to Universe Today. When it is a... Read More »
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How long does it takes Earth to orbit Pluto?

Earth orbits the sun, not Pluto. Moreover, it would be impossible for Pluto to exert any gravitational pull on Earth. Gravity is a function of mass, and because Pluto has less than .24 percent of E... Read More »
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What planet is between Jupiter& Earth?

Mars is the fourth planet from the sun, with its orbit between that of the Earth and the giant planet Jupiter. Mars has an orbit that keeps it at an average of 141.6 million miles from the sun. Ear... Read More »
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Where can you get Planet Earth BBC shows?

EastEnders is filmed at BBC Elstree Studios, a purpose built set in the town of Borehamwood, which is just north of London. The nearest train station is Elstree and Borehamwood, which is approximat... Read More »
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