Pluto is the tenth-most-massive body orbiting the sun. Pluto was discovered by Clyde L. in 1930. Pluto was considered to be as a Planet until 2006, when the word "Planet" was redefined. The redefining made Pluto a "Dwarf Planet." The demotion caused great contreversy, and even riots and protests requesting for Pluto to be promoted to "Planet status" again. NASA sent a probe to Pluto in 2006, and the probe (New Horizons) should reach Pluto in 2015, and may continue on afterwards to look at other Kuiper Belt objects.
Notable Plutonian FeaturesEdit
No clear images of Pluto can be found, and most are just CPU Simulation.