On this day – Pluto discovered in 1930

by | Feb 18, 2008 | Seradata News | 0 comments

The now former planet of Pluto was discovered today in 1930. Now no longer a planet Flight International reported on a 124-year opportunity to image the planetoid and its satellite Charon in March 1985; as well as report on Rockwell’s plans for a second generation Space Shuttle that could put 45,400kg (100,000lb) into equitorial orbit

I’m not so sure about the music though…

I am on vacation this week so expect a reduced “service”

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