Pluto is a dwarf planet at the end of the solar system, and an astronomer discovered it in 1930.
However, Pluto remained a mystery for decades because it is 7.2 billion kilometres from the earth. That was, until last week when a NASA probe flew by the planet. It took great images – you can see even structures smaller than a mile across.
The video in the Level 3 section shows an animation of Pluto’s images throughout history. You can see a great difference between the first and the last pictures.
Hento na Yula
Lau al tengi chele hento na Yula za Kah.
Lau al tengi chele kwetoko kuto le auko wi tunti lau.