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    Default doubts on "planet 9"



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    Default Re: doubts on "planet 9"

    Yes, It is called Pluto
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    Default Re: doubts on "planet 9"

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    Yes, It is called Pluto
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    Default Re: doubts on "planet 9"

    Man I hope there is now that Pluto has been demoted.
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