The son of Saturn and Rhea, brother of Jupiter and Neptune; the dark and gloomy god of the Lower World.
The ninth planet of the Solar System, the smallest (5700 km radius) and most distant from the sun. The suggestion has been made that it more closely resembles a large close comet than a planet. Its orbit has an eccentricity of 0.248, larger than that of any other planet; it varies from 4.44 to 7.37 billion km distance from the sun.
The smallest planet in our solar system. Pluto is neither a gas giant planet, nor a terrestrial planet, but rather is though to have been gravitationally captured by our Sun. Check out SEDS' Nine Planets, for more about planets. Or see StarDate's Solar System Guide.
The ninth and final known planet from the Sun. Pluto is the smallest planet in diameter. It is rocky and orbited by one moon named Charon.
The ninth planet in our Solar System, Pluto is much smaller than the Moon. Its highly eccentric orbit, with an average radius of 39.4 AU, sometimes takes it within the orbit of Neptune. Pluto has a very thin atmosphere consisting mainly of methane and nitrogen. The average surface temperature is 50 .
A Solar System object that orbits the Sun at an average distance of 39.5 A.U. Pluto is considered by some scientists to be the ninth planet from the Sun and by others to be a Kuiper Belt object. Pluto has a mass 0.002 times the mass of the Earth and a radius 0.18 times the radius of the Earth. It is a small body made of water ice, and temperatures there do not go above 50 K, or –223 degrees Celsius. Pluto has three moons.
PLOO-toh] The "wealth giver," an epithet of Hades, whose subterranean realm contained precious minerals and other treasures. (See Hades.)
(Greek mythology) the god of the underworld in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and husband of Persephone
the second smallest planet and the farthest known from the sun; has the most elliptical orbit of all the planets
Ninth planet from the sun and sometimes eighth.
Ninth planet from the Sun, considered by many a minor planet.
Ninth and furthest 'planet' in our solar system. Has a very eccentric orbit that is not in the ecliptic plane.
Rules transformation, regeneration, rebirth, destruction, annihilation, power and elimination. It also represents atomic power, intensity, crime, death and the underworld.
planet ninth in order, and farthest, from the sun. In Greek mythology, god of the dead and the underworld
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The planet of change and self-control. Pluto influences Scorpio.
A Solar System object that orbits the Sun at an average distance of 39.5 times the distance between Earth and Sun. Pluto has a mass 0.002 times the mass of the Earth and a radius 0.18 times the radius of the Earth. It is a small body made of water ice, and temperatures there do not go above –223 degrees Centigrade. Pluto has three moons. Discovered in 1930, it originally was classified as a planet, but was demoted in 2006.
The ninth planet from the Sun, and the only one besides the Earth to have a large, single satellite. In astrology, Pluto is associated with the masses, large groups of people, organizations, wealth, violence, transformation, and upheavals. It rules Scorpio.
Roman name for Hades.
Pluto is the ninth planet of the Sol system. It is named after the Greek God of the Underworld, Pluto (aka Hades). Brainiac 13 once knocked the planet out of its orbit during the conflict known as Our Worlds At War.
One of the outer, trans-personal planets, until recently the furthest known planet from the Sun. Some modern astrologers hold that it rules Scorpio; others allow it co-rulership with Mars, though traditional astrologers deny that Pluto has any pretensions to sign-rulership. More about Pluto..
Pluto is usually the ninth planet from the Sun although it is sometimes 8th when Pluto moves within Neptune's orbit. Pluto's diameter is 2,300 km and takes 249 years to orbit the Sun. Pluto is named after the Roman god of the underworld. Pluto was discovered on February 18, 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh.
The furthest known planet from the Sun. Rules Scorpio with Mars. Exalted in Leo. More about Pluto..
Pluto is an alternative name for the Greek god Hades, but was more often used in Roman mythology in their presentation of the god of the underworld. He abducted Proserpina (Gr. Persephone), and her mother Ceres (Gr.