"The IAU Resolution means that the Solar System officially consists of eight planets Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. A new distinct class of objects called dwarf planets was also decided on. It was agreed that planets and dwarf planets are two distinct classes of objects." Unless I'm misreading it, this clearly states that planets and dwarf planets are distinct and that one is not a category of the other.
and plus they're a completely different category of astronomical objects
“My Very Excited Mother Just Served Us Nachos”
To remember the order of the eight planets in our solar system, just remember this sentence:
My Very Energetic Mother Just Served Us Noodles.
My for Mercury
Very for Venus
Energetic for Earth
Mother for Mars
Just for Jupiter
Served for Saturn
Us for Uranus
Noodles for Neptune
... a spaceship went to Pluto and classify it as a dwarf planet during 2006....
Also, check your grammar.
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Planets Dwarf Planets G.G.moons (Galilean)
Mars Pluto or Eris (4-5.)
In August 24, 2006.
There are 3 criteria to become a planet
Pluto did not meet the 3rd one.
So for people who says pluto a planet
PLUTO IS NOT A PLANET
in 2006 it was classified as a dwarf planet >:(
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and from that:
and from those:
If Pluto was still a planet it would be:
I'm younger than a 2006 baby, but I know quite some stuff for my age.