Why is Pluto not considered a planet?
tecnically its a dwarf planet.
its too small
that is true
Bbecuz it is farthest of all planets. its not in the same zone as the others also. like crowtrobot said too it is also too small
Its been a planet for all of these years-just who had the right to say it isn't STILL a planet?
It's too small. And isn't it made out of ice? I'm not sure but I think so
it is a planet its just smaller than the other planets.
1 it has not cleared its nebrhood (every ### of years it and Neptune switch places)2 it is too small3 if it was considerd a planet thers like 10 in the aistroid belt we would have to call a planet too
It's to small... s-m-all.It's orbit is more oval and actually crosses Neptune's orbit.It's a member of the Kuiper belt.
I did a song in chorus called "ode to pluto" talking about how Pluto was not a planet anymore.it was very funny. Try looking it up on you tube or Google.
scientists found asteroids that were the same size as pluto so they decided to get rid of pluto rather then make the asteroids planets
It's too small.It's really a dwarf planet.
well, planets have 3 rules and pluto passed two of the three...sorry i forgot the rules but i hoped this helped!!:(