What Is the Coldest Planet?

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It is not really clear which planet among Uranus, Neptune and Pluto is the coldest. Sources which disqualify Pluto as a planet say its Neptune because it is furthest from the sun. Sources which say Uranus is the coldest say it is because of the distance and its composition of ice and gases like molecular hydrogen and helium. Uranus is -224 degrees Celsius cold.
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Neptune is now considered to be the coldest planet in our solar system. Pluto used to be the coldest planet, but some scientists are now saying that Pluto isn't a planet at all. You can find more information here: http://www.solarviews.com/eng/neptune.htm
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It is not really clear which planet among Uranus, Neptune and Pluto is the coldest. Sources which disqualify Pluto as a planet say its Neptune because it is furthest ...
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