This proposed new definition of "planets" would bring back Pluto, but would also reclassify over a hundred other celestial bodies -- including our moon!
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Behind the Push to Get Pluto Its Planetary Groove Backhttp://www.seeker.com/behin...
"Pluto's loss of planetary status in 2006 remains controversial. Now a new definition is being proposed that would restore Pluto while increasing the number of "planets" in our solar system to over 110."
NASA Scientists Have Proposed a New Definition of Planets, and Pluto Could Soon Be Backhttp://www.sciencealert.com...
"The key change the team is hoping to get approved is that cosmic bodies in our Solar System no longer need to be orbiting the Sun to be considered planets - they say we should be looking at their intrinsic physical properties, not their interactions with stars."
Should Pluto Be a Planet After All? Experts Weigh Inhttp://www.space.com/9553-p...
"Pluto was demoted to a newly created category, "dwarf planet," in 2006, partly because of the discovery a year earlier of Eris, another icy body from Pluto's neighborhood. Eris was thought to be bigger than Pluto until Nov. 6, when astronomers got a chance to recalculate Eris' size."
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