The Sun’s Tenth Planet… Sedna?

The new planet, dubbed Sedna after the Inuit goddess of the sea, is 3 billion km further from the sun than Pluto, and is slightly smaller at 2000km in diameter. This discovery has apparently reignited the debate as to how big a solar object must be in order to qualify as a planet, but it is significant nonetheless — via The Soulful Blogger

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  1. flower

    20 March 2004 at 12.01 pm

    Are u sure there is the planet Sedna?If so how many years does it take to get around the sun? How did u come up with the name?

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