All over the world rejoice! Pluto has been restored to its position as the ninth planet in the solar system. After being demoted for 17 years (April Fool's Day)

After becoming a dwarf planet on August 24, 2006, the results of the IAU (International Astronomical Union) General Assembly were released in Prague, Czech Republic. Recently, Pluto was restored. “planet” Again, 17 years later, it was a planet 76 years in the past.

Causing this star to become the ninth planet in the solar system again because “International April Fool's Day” (April Fool)

PresentPluto retains its dwarf planet status. The reason behind Pluto's downgrading to a dwarf planet is a result of the International Astronomical Union. There was a meeting and a new definition of the planet was drawn up.

1. The planets must orbit mainly around the Sun.
2. It must have sufficient mass to form a spherical or semi-spherical shape.
3. The orbit must not overlap with another star.

With the definition in the last point, Pluto, which has an elliptical orbit and overlaps with Neptune, cannot be considered a planet and has been reduced to the status of only a dwarf planet in the solar system.

It revolves around the sun of the eight planets in the solar system. They will have orbits in the same plane called the ecliptic plane, but Pluto's orbit is tilted 17 degrees from this plane. By observing Pluto, we will see it orbiting chaotically. Among other planets that rotate in an orderly manner

“Pluto” It was discovered on February 18, 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh (Clyde Tombaugh of Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona) The astronomy community has named a new member of the solar system by this name. Which means “god of death”

The diameter of this former ninth planet is about 2,300 kilometers, and it is about 5,900 million kilometers away from the sun, and it has an elliptical orbit around the sun that differs from other planets. It takes 248 years to complete one full orbit, and there are 5 known satellites: Charon, Styx, Nix, Kerberos, and Hydra.

Although Pluto is now removed from being a planet. But there are still some astronomers who still classify Pluto as a planet. Pluto remains another interesting star ripe for exploration. One of them is the story of the moon Karon, one of the moons, which is half the size of Pluto, and from the new definition of planets and dwarf planets, these two stars can be considered binary stars that are considered dwarf planets in our solar system.

coincidence “International April Fool's Day” (April Fools' Day) falls on this date April 1 On this day every year, people tell jokes and lies to each other. But it must be on a basis that does not cause harm to others. It's not about losing. This can be seen from different social media worlds. Fake news may be presented today. It has become more popular among people all over the world due to the popularity of social media nowadays.

Thanks for the reference – Image: NASA,

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