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Let's say we got there, the crew has not murdered each other off, that they have moderate politics, compassionate beliefs, and a realistic point of view when they land . . . somewhere. What would happen if they came to a planet that is as crazy as this one? It would be a moral imperative to blow ...

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What number planet is pluto?

Pluto used to be planet #9, but now it has been reclassified as a dwarf planet, so there are only 8 accepted planets. It is the first object known that was farther than Neptune.

When will planet earth die?

The sun will expand to a red giant in a few billion years, probably swallowing the earth. Before that it may become hotter, perhaps boiling away the oceans and killing all life. Or there could be a mass ejection from the sun that hits earth. But not in the next 100 years, as far as we know ...