History of planet discoveries | Relativity 2

Pluto has recently been demoted from its planetary status. With a bit of hindsight, what’s surprising about this demotion is not that Pluto is no longer a planet; it’s that it ever was regarded as a planet. And the reason for that lies in a nice piece of History.

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