In the beginning, darkness trickled in between the sharp edges of the open cavern. “This is all yours Pluto. Do with it as you choose, but know every decision you make on Earth is multiplied by great forces down here.” Pluto looked around slowly as the mans ' voice dully echoed through-out the space. On the outside it would seem that he was overwhelmed by the jagged layout with miles of uncharted territory, but contrary to his outward expression of shock and nerves Pluto was mentally cultivating and creating an empire so enormous and so dark that not even the Gods could reign down upon his rightful power. As time went by, Pluto had servants indebted to him that began to build a castle scraping the top of the 40 story high ceiling of the cavern. Charcoal colored towers stood high above the souls help captive within the cavernous acres beyond the walls. Many of these souls complained of the cold and it seemed that the larger Pluto 's fortune became from those supporting him, then the icier the underground became. When the castle was complete onlookers marveled at the masterpiece. Moreover, many people felt that the type of fortress he created with the darkest of souls supplying all the underworld 's power was undoubtedly ingenious. Jewels of the richest quality were sent to compliment his achievement and rubies adorned the grounds within his castles gates. Pluto sat proudly within his leather chair as he watched through the arched window at all of the souls. He noticed
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In the poem “Pluto Shits on the Universe,” the speaker is rebelling against society’s set of mandates, and she is asserting her independence and autonomy. On the first and last line, Asghar uses the same sentence, “Today, I broke your solar system. Oops. My bad.” Repeating the first line at the ending shows that the statement is important; it sets the tone or theme. As I interpreted the line, I notice that Asghar is being sarcastic about feeling bad for breaking “your solar system.” Yet, she doesn’t care, she’s tired of society’s set of rules, just as “Pluto” doesn’t care about ruining the “solar system.” Having this repeated at the intro and at the ending is a way for her to make sure that we understand this rebellious tone. As we continue
Many issues have arisen from the debate whether or not Pluto is a planet. Some astronomers say that Pluto should be classified as a “minor planet” due to its size, physical characteristics, and other factors. On the other hand, some astronomers defend Pluto’s planet status, citing several key features.
Before me loomed the old observatory which would be our home for the next year. Its walls were an expanse of red brick stacked on red brick, contrasting the two white front doors and the white domed tower. It sat atop Henrick Cliff with large fields sloping down from the front of the house. The tower could be seen rising from the back of the house, with the cliffs edge and sea beyond that. The observatory looked like a forgotten castle, waiting for the next rulers to occupy it.
On the way to his castle, Pluto tried easing Proserpina’s concerns about her safety, and he offered her something to quench her thirst from the magical torrent. Proserpina refused, but she knew Pluto would still try to deceive her into drinking some, so she promised herself she would not consume or imbibe one bit of anything while she was in his custody. Before too long, Proserpina saw the castle for the first time. The castle was the color of cement blocks – gray and gloomy. It had a gothic type of structure, with huge gargoyles perched on each corner of the roof. The entry door contained big, brass knockers in the shape of a lion’s face. If you look past the gargoyles on the roof, you can see that the castle has several towers. The sides of the castle contained small, little windows with bars on them that continue all the way to the grass on the ground. The castle permeated off a feeling of tension and fright. It was apparent that the surroundings of the castle were intended to make the castle seem attractive with a small playground on the side of the
You are too much for this world. It was not meant to contain a vagabond who wishes to touch all of the universe’s walls and visit all the stars upstairs. I know tomorrow's only a concept, but tomorrow is actually hump day and I want to hear your unseasoned incessant giggles (for the umpteenth time). Monotony would become the new tyrant if you fastened Mercury to your heels and flew and I know that I am only Pluto, but friend
Which is the largest of all dwarf planets? Pluto is a dwarf planet in our solar system and has been given the nickname Xena. Pluto was once considered the ninth main planet from the Sun. Scientists discovered Pluto on February 18, 1930 (history.com). Several objects surround Pluto including Nix (Pluto’s natural satellite) and Hydra (Pluto's outermost satellite) , comets, and the constellations “Teapot”, and “Scorpius”. Pluto is a fascinating planet because of its discoveries and missions, composition, and research.
The discussion about Pluto’s status in our solar system is still in question. The definition of a planet is changing as society advances and as time passes. We used to believe that Pluto was a planet which orbits the sun, but in a weird way since it’s orbit is quite odd compared to other planets in our solar system. Pluto is different such that, it has five moons and crosses Neptune’s orbit. Not only does it do that, it is quite small in contrast to the other celestial body in our solar system. As society advances, we question the definition of a planet and Pluto’s status in our solar system. Our crave for knowledge and curiosity about what’s around us motivates us to explore the unknown. Our desire to learn more is due to the fact that people
NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has snapped the first ever color photograph of Pluto. The image, shown below, may be a bit blurry, but you can expect more detailed images to emerge as the spacecraft gets closer to the lonely planet on the edge of the Solar System. New Horizons also caught Charon, a moon, in the photograph of Pluto.
“Pluto” was the supposed ninth planet of our solar system, unfortunately discovered by Clide Tombaugh. The name of the newly found celestial object was chosen by a small girl from, the best nation in the world, Britain. The apparent demon worshiper chose the name Pluto, after the Roman god of the underworld. Pluto held the status of a planet until 2006 when the IAU declared it a dwarf planet. Despite the IAUs categorization of Pluto as a dwarf planet, devoted fans of “Disney”, conspiracy theorists, and malevolent Pluto-huggers alike reject the prospect.
When Pluto is close to the sun in its orbit, the warmth from the sun heats up the frozen ices of nitrogen, methane and carbon monoxide on Pluto’s surface. The ices vaporize and a temporary atmosphere forms. When Pluto gets far away from the sun, the atmosphere freezes and falls back on Pluto’s surface. Pluto is too cold for liquid water. Any water on Pluto is ice. Pluto is so cold that even gases such as carbon monoxide, methane, and nitrogen exist as frozen solids. There is no liquid on Pluto’s surface, it is way too cold for that. There is a small possibility that beneath Pluto’s icy surface, there is a small liquid ocean where things are somewhat warmer.
The greatest astronomical discovery that I always remember was the demotion of Pluto from planet to dwarf. Until this discovery, scientists thought that there were nine planets. Muggle school children (and magical school children) remembered the names of the nine planets using mnemonics like "My Very Easy Method Just Shows Us Nine Planets" and "My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas" (Wikipedia). These mnemonics were easy ways to remember the nine plants; Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. However, in August 2006, the International Astronomical Union met and changed the definition of a planet, thus downgrading Pluto and changing planetary mnemonics forever.
NASA scientists are just now starting to play with the data collected by the New Horizons spacecraft on its flyby of Pluto in July. What they’ve found so far is that the dwarf planet is either currently undergoing some crazy physics freak out spell, or that their measurement models need a little testing.
That's right, NASA scientists want to make Pluto a planet again. Pluto was called a planet from 1930 to 2006. Then, it was demoted to a "dwarf planet." Alan Stern, the lead scientist with NASA’s New Horizon’s mission to Pluto noted that the IAU’s (International Astronomical Union's) definition of a planet is too narrow and has proposed a new definition. The definition is much more simple, planets are “round objects in space that are smaller than stars.” If this gets accepted by the IAU, it means that even the moon can potentially be classified a planet. Some scientists claim that the current definition of planets is “inherently flawed.” They say this because the definition only classifies objects that orbit the sun as planets which excludes