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Mysterious Tiny Worlds
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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The Faces of Pluto
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Distant Eris
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Size Comparisons
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Tilted Eris
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Pluto and Charon
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Our Solar System
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Hubble's Latest Look at Pluto's Moons Supports a Common Birth
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Pluto and Its Moons: Charon, Nix, and Hydra
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Eris and Dysnomia
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The Pluto System
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Ceres and Vesta
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Plutoids
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PIA09234: New Horizons Sees Pluto (2006)
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PIA09234: Animation New Horizons Sees Pluto (2006)
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Map of Pluto's Surface
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Pluto's Surface from 3 Billion Miles
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The Faces of Pluto
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Distant Eris
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Size Comparisons
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Tilted Eris
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Pluto and Charon
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Our Solar System
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Hubble's Latest Look at Pluto's Moons Supports a Common Birth
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Pluto and Its Moons: Charon, Nix, and Hydra
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Eris and Dysnomia
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The Pluto System
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Ceres and Vesta
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Plutoids
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PIA09234: New Horizons Sees Pluto (2006)
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PIA09234: Animation New Horizons Sees Pluto (2006)
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Map of Pluto's Surface
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Pluto's Surface from 3 Billion Miles
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