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Astronomy and Astrology: When Size Doesn’t Matter

The astronomical world was upended by the discovery of a new orbiting body, 2003 UB313, which was eventually named Eris. Larger than Pluto, and another recently discovered body Sedna, it’s discovery begged the question of what makes a planet a … Continue reading

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