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the only satellite of Pluto, discovered by J. Christy in 1978.
Pluto and Charon information by Royal Observatory Greenwich.
Planet Profile. Clearest View.
StarDate Online | Solar System Guide | Pluto
Short description.
Pluto in the Nine Planets Page
Facts about Pluto and Charone. Images and many links.
Pluto Fact Sheet
Pluto: Bulk parameters, Orbital parameters, Observational Parameters, Mean Orbital Elements (J2000), Atmosphere.
Pluto and Charon
Some facts about discoveries, masses, structure and composition, ets. Images of Pluto and Charon. Animations.
Pluto by Calvin J. Hamilton
Some facts about Pluto and Charon. Pluto Statistics. Animations and Views of Pluto and Charon.
SSE: Planets: Pluto: Overview
Properties and statistics of Pluto.
Future Pluto Mission
Brief description of future NASA Pluto-Charon robotic reconnaissance mission.
Not so Distant Pluto
Pluto page at Phil Plait's Bad Astronomy site.
Exploring The Planets - Pluto
Pluto page by the National Air and Space Museum.
The Planet Pluto
Pluto page in the Astronomy Lectures at the University of Tennessee.
Pluto: The Farthest Planet (Usually)
Article from Teachers' Newsletter "The Universe in the Classroom".
Natural gas found on Pluto
News article by BBC News.
APOD: March 11, 1996 - Hubble Telescope Maps Pluto
First Pluto maps based on direct images.
Pluto page by CyberSpace.
The Solar System: Pluto & Charon
Pluto & Charon description with images by Sea and Sky.
Images of Pluto and All Available Satellites
Pluto images from various missions by NASA's Planetary Photojournal.
Is Pluto a giant comet?
A discussion of Pluto's planetary status at Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics website.
Pluto Research
Pluto and Charon information including maps by Lowell Observatory.
HubbleSite - News Releases about Pluto
Hubble Space Telescope news releases related to Pluto including images made by HST.
A/CC Topic: Pluto & Charon
The Asteroid/Comet Connection's Pluto & Charon web page.
New Horizons over Mysterious Pluto
Articles about planet Pluto and its exploration by Space Today Online.
New Horizons Web Site
Website at Johns Hopkins University for the first mission to the last planet - the initial reconnaissance of Pluto-Charon and the Kuiper Belt.
The Status Of Pluto: A Clarification
An International Astronomical Union press release of February 1999.
The Solar System: Pluto
New York Times articles and links to relevant resources about Pluto.
News stories about Pluto and Charon published by Universe Today.
Pluto Reexamined - Sky and Telescope article
After Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto in 1930, the planet drew considerable scrutiny. Unfortunately, modern analysis shows that many Pluto observations from the 1930s and 40s were unreliable.
New Moons Of Pluto
Using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to probe the ninth planet in our solar system, astronomers have discovered that Pluto may have not one, but three moons. An article by Science@NASA.
Information on Pluto by Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Astronomy Lecture Notes - Pluto
A brief introduction to Pluto and the Kuiper Belt at the website of the University of Mississippi.
New Horizons Pluto-Kuiper Belt mission
New Horizons is a NASA mission to explore Pluto, its largest moon Charon, and the Kuiper Belt. Its description from the Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Astronomy, and Spaceflight by David Darling.
A description of Pluto from the Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Astronomy, and Spaceflight by David Darling.
A Planet Colder Than It Should Be - Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics press release
For the first time, Smithsonian astronomers using the Submillimeter Array (SMA) on Mauna Kea in Hawaii have taken direct measurements of thermal heat from both worlds and found that Pluto is indeed colder than expected, colder even than Charon.
Pluto description from the Astronomy Knowledge Base
Primary Pluto parameters and properties.
Drastic expansion of Pluto's atmosphere as revealed by stellar occultations
A team of the Observatoire de Paris with several collaborators showed that Pluto's atmosphere is expanding, rather than contracting. A webpage by Bruno Sicardy.
Brief description of Pluto at the Journey Through the Galaxy website. Pluto Information
Pluto stories, multimedia and news.
What Is a Planet? - a Scientific American article
For 76 years, our schools taught that Pluto was a planet. Some argue that culture and tradition are sufficient grounds to leave it that way. But science cannot remain bound by the misconceptions of the past. To be useful, a scientific definition should be derived from, and draw attention to, the structure of the natural world.
Pluto's 3:2 Resonance with Neptune
Gravity Simulator - A web site by Tony Dunn.
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