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Astronomy - A very useful URL for our Ten Planets

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  #1 Old 07-08-2005 Default Astronomy - A very useful URL for our Ten Planets

http://www.seds.org/nineplanets/nine...neplanets.html

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  #2 Old 07-08-2005 Default

many astronomers don't even consider Pluto as the 9th planet...
this is because Pluto just don't fit into other planets in so many ways...

what more about the tenth? interesting stuffs...
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  #3 Old 07-08-2005 Default

the tenth planet has generated many curiosity as well. Pluto and its moon, charon is almost similar in size as well, and we wonder of their origins.

Search for Nibiru on google, and the Mesopotamians, and you'll see that the Mesopotamians had documented the existance of the tenth planet long time ago. Also interesting are the finding of wall paintings that resembles the double helix strand, aliens that created mankind, things like that. Rather interesting.
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  #4 Old 07-08-2005 Default

its seems that the tenth planet's bigger than pluto..but still doesn't fit in the notion of a planet, cz it's orbit's inclined at 45 degrees to the normal plane
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8 planets. Pluto ain't a planet no more.
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