Pluto - red light syndrome

Identifying the nature of our newly discovered planets is of poignant significance regarding Pluto's "assumed" astrological role. As we learn more about the nature of Pluto's additional family members, we may also refined our understanding of Pluto's astrological nature. Having thought Pluto to have a broad and encompassing character, mostly associated with death and transformation, we may now find Pluto is not responsible for as much as once thought because there may have been other planets in significant aspect or directly near Pluto (conjoining) in astrological charts cast to characterize Pluto.

"Pluto's reddish color has been known for decades, but New Horizons is now allowing us to correlate the color of different places on the surface with their geology and soon, with their compositions," said New Horizons Principal Investigator Alan Stern, of the Southwest Research Institute, Boulder, Colorado. "This will make it possible to build sophisticated computer models to understand how Pluto has evolved to its current appearance."

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