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what is pluto called? i think it is a star is that correct. im doingit for extra credit. and why do they call it stars

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  1. or is it called something else. i know its a draft planet is that it ? give me a clue plez

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  2. what is it called now and why

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  3. is anyone there

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  4. Some are calling it a dwarf planet.

  5. dwarf i think

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  6. do people live in mars?

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