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Dwarf planets are round and orbit the Sun just like the eight major planets. But unlike planets, dwarf planets are not able to clear their orbital path so there are no similar objects at roughly the same distance from the Sun. A dwarf planet is much smaller than a planet (smaller even than Earth's moon), but it is not a moon. Pluto is the best known of the dwarf planets.

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25 Sep 2002 New Horizons Status Report Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
24 Sep 2002 Planet Pluto or Kuiper Belt King? Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
24 Sep 2002 Students Aim to Count Dust Particles All the Way to Pluto University of Colorado at Boulder
15 Aug 2002 Pluto's Atmosphere is Changing Lowell Observatory
11 Jul 2002 Where Do We Go From Here? National Research Council
29 May 2002 New Horizons Update Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
17 Apr 2002 An Original Odd Couple? Space Telescope Science Institute
19 Mar 2001 Pluto-Kuiper Amended CBD Notice NASA Headquarters
6 Feb 2001 New Map of Pluto Released Southwest Research Institute
20 Dec 2000 NASA Seeks Proposals for for Pluto Mission; Plans to Restructure Outer Planet Program NASA Headquarters
26 Oct 2000 Planet 10? Tiny 'Plutino' Almost Qualifies Space.com
 
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25 Sep 2002 New Horizons Status Report Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
24 Sep 2002 Planet Pluto or Kuiper Belt King? Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
24 Sep 2002 Students Aim to Count Dust Particles All the Way to Pluto University of Colorado at Boulder
15 Aug 2002 Pluto's Atmosphere is Changing Lowell Observatory
11 Jul 2002 Where Do We Go From Here? National Research Council
29 May 2002 New Horizons Update Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
17 Apr 2002 An Original Odd Couple? Space Telescope Science Institute
19 Mar 2001 Pluto-Kuiper Amended CBD Notice NASA Headquarters
6 Feb 2001 New Map of Pluto Released Southwest Research Institute
20 Dec 2000 NASA Seeks Proposals for for Pluto Mission; Plans to Restructure Outer Planet Program NASA Headquarters
26 Oct 2000 Planet 10? Tiny 'Plutino' Almost Qualifies Space.com
 
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