There has been a lot of talk about our ninth planet (downgraded to a minor planet) since our probe took some great pictures of that way out frozen planet. Since it takes 248 years to make one orbit of the sun, we best take advantage of it while it is as close to Earth as it will be in our lifetime and our grand-kids' lifetime. Here is a picture taken by our probe:
See the heart shape? No, I have no idea how it came to be unless it wanted to send its love to us for coming to visit and taking its picture.
Our probe took a close up of the white patch on one of its closer orbits and you can see the cracks and designs in it:
Then, of course there is the other Pluto, the one that has made us all smile and laugh out loud. Yep, Walt Disney's Pluto:
And before you ask, no, the dog Pluto was not the inspiration for naming the ninth planet Pluto.
Now, you all have a great day and enjoy what all the latest probe to the outer planet will show us, you hear?