Pluto is very small, its diameter is less than 1500 miles, and located on the edge of the solar system. The distance is very far from the Sun. Once in orbit, Pluto takes 248 years.
Pluto's surface has long been a mystery to astronomers. But thanks to Hubble telescope, which is capable of recording the color of Pluto's surface, like caramel, with some lighter colored parts.
Pluto's surface color degradation, described the weather different, and the changing seasons, as Earth.
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Although Pluto is a space object is most interesting, is very difficult to get a clear picture.
"Hubble observations are the key to understanding the difference between the binding of astronomers. Also showing new facts, that Pluto is also experiencing changes in weather and season. This is a breakthrough in the investigation of Pluto.
Pluto was discovered by Clyde William Tombaugh, a young astronomer at Lowell Observatory, on February 18, 1930. Pluto, which is known as the ninth planet in the solar system, removed from the list on August 24, 2006. Pluto then included in the category of dwarf planets.
On 7 September 2006, the name Pluto was replaced with a number, which is 134,340. The name was given by the Minor Planet Center (MPC), the official organization responsible for collecting data about asteroids and comets in the solar system.