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  • Deep within earth illustration concept 😨 💬 What are your thoughts? 😃 Tag someone who needs to see this! ⏰ Follow us for more! 📷 Credits: @glabool
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  • Long walks and deep thoughts under the stars 🤩 👩‍🚀
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  • Long walks and deep thoughts under the stars 🤩 👩‍🚀 💬 What are your thoughts? 😃 Tag someone who needs to see this! ⏰ Follow us for more! 📷 Credits: @iuliansidorencu
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  • Swimming in an ocean of stars 🤩
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  • Once considered to be the ninth planet in our solar system, Pluto was discovered 89 years ago in 1930 by astronomer Clyde Tombaugh at Lowell Observ...
  • Once considered to be the ninth planet in our solar system, Pluto was discovered 89 years ago in 1930 by astronomer Clyde Tombaugh at Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona. Pluto was controversially stripped of its planet-status after a 2006 decision by the International Astronomical Union reclassifying it as a dwarf planet after discovering that its orbit overlapped with the Kuiper Belt, a ring of bodies orbiting around the ice giant Neptune. While Pluto may not officially be a planet anymore, the largest dwarf planet in our solar system is still causing debate for astronomers 13 years after the IAU’s decision. #pluto #space #nasa #moon #stars #galaxy #astronomy
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  • Once considered to be the ninth planet in our solar system, Pluto was discovered 89 years ago in 1930 by astronomer Clyde Tombaugh at Lowell Observ...
  • Once considered to be the ninth planet in our solar system, Pluto was discovered 89 years ago in 1930 by astronomer Clyde Tombaugh at Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona. Pluto was controversially stripped of its planet-status after a 2006 decision by the International Astronomical Union reclassifying it as a dwarf planet after discovering that its orbit overlapped with the Kuiper Belt, a ring of bodies orbiting around the ice giant Neptune. While Pluto may not officially be a planet anymore, the largest dwarf planet in our solar system is still causing debate for astronomers 13 years after the IAU’s decision. #pluto #space #nasa #moon #stars #galaxy #astronomy
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