The chances of it happening are pretty slim though.
Good news for Pluto fans!
The only thing flat earthers fear is sphear itself!
The planet is almost as hot as the Sun.a
All babies are adorable, right?
I’ve never given up on you, Pluto.
Pieces of an ancient planet formed long before Earth shed their secrets.
NASA’s future planet hunter has arrived — and it’s set for glory.
Giving “family dinner” a whole new meaning.
Homer Simpson would have been impressed. D’oh!
We didn’t even know this kind of planet can exist.
Can we get excited yet? Mmm no, not really.
I never lost faith in you, Pluto.
Still a hellish planet, but a beautiful hellish planet at that.
It looks strange, but it’s really accurate.
Astronomers have found a cosmic friend for Pluto.
If you want to escape civilisation and head into the unaltered wilderness you may be in for a shock: it doesn’t exist.
Before WWII, there weren’t that many plastics around. Today, we use so much that we could literally plaster the planet in one giant clingfilm. A paper published in the journal Anthropocene reviews the state of plastic production, use and pollution and concludes that no place on Earth has been spared.
A duo of astronomers from CalTech may have found another planet, far away in our solar system.
A new dwarf planet, designated V774104 has been identified and now takes the crown of most distant object in our solar system, being three times farther away than Pluto. The dwarf planet is estimated to be between 500 and 1000 kilometers across. Astronomers don’t yet have enough data to estimate its orbit and estimate that about an year of observations is needed to gather enough data for a precise answer.