• What are﻿ "miles"? Sorry but I am in one of few nations that has fully implemented the metric system.

• Another moon (P5) was﻿ discovered a few weeks ago.

• god is there we just need the probe to get﻿ closer so he can merge with it......

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• 5280 feet, it takes 2.2 feet to equal﻿ a kilometer

• yet another person that missed the point entirely. ( also, 1609.344 meters which is 5280 feet x 12 inches x 2.54 cm scaled down by 10^5 and I already knew this but most﻿ Americans are still in the stone age ... but you missed that, entirely )

• Miles are slightly larger then Kilometres,﻿ something like 1200 meters

• Will be so cool when it get to﻿ Pluto there is so much we do not know about this planet or dwarf planet lot to learn which is true

• I claim this new world in the name of the﻿ planet Earth, from now on it shall be called... Luigi :)

• Haha﻿ that's a good point. Anyway, thanks to Google we can instantly convert any imperial units to metric so it's not that big of a deal really.

• Then why ask the question﻿ in the first place if you knew what a mile was? Dummy! Here I'll explain what a mile is..., it's the distance from your house to your aunt Shelly's house, who lives next to that 7-11.

• I know what a mile is. 5280 "feet" made up of stupid things called "inches" which are 2.54 centimeters and thus the kilometer is 5280 * 12 * 2.54 / 100000 smaller than a mile which is 1.609344. So that means a mile is a hell of a lot more than a "little" longer than a kilometer. You missed the point entirely. Only﻿ moron nations ( Americans and losers ) are still using the ancient and arbitrary "english" system. Learn the digit 1 and the factor 10 and drag USA into a recent century. Damn!