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Offline DD1975 Topic starter
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New Horizons


So it's Pluto's turn next........and It will always be a planet as far as I'm concerned  Tongue

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-30746650

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Looking forward to the arrival at Pluto, hopefully we will get to see it up close for the first time.  fingers crossed

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The probe will be making it's fly-by of Pluto on my parent's 58th wedding anniversary. Not horribly important when one considers "the big picture", but it's interesting to me, so I thought I'd share. Smiley

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