It is part of the Solar System. The Solar System includes planets, moons, comets, asteroids, a star and dwarf planets like Pluto. It's just not a planet. It never was a planet (according to the new definition).
A planet is a celestial body that (a) has sufficient mass for its self-gravity to overcome rigid body forces so that it assumes a hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round) shape, and (b) is in orbit around a star, and is neither a star nor a satellite of a planet."
Pluto is no longer considered a planet because it does not fulfill the criteria, but Pluto never stopped being considered a part of the solar system. It still orbits the same star, although it is a very distant orbit.
Pluto is a member of the solar system because any object in the solar system is a member of the solar system. However, if you were asking if Pluto is a planet in the solar system then the answer is no. Pluto used to be a planet but is now considered a dwarf planet.
The old name of our star, which we sometimes call the "Sun" is "Sol". Sol has a number of planets, planetesimals, and rocks orbiting it. This is therefore called the "Sol"-ar system, or simply, the Solar System. Pluto is now classified as a "dwarf planet". Pluto may be a part of the Kuyper Belt at the far edge of our Solar System.
The solar system is not just the planets. It includes everything that orbits the Sun, like asteroids, comets and dwarf planets. Pluto is now considered to be a dwarf planet, but it is still as much as part of the solar system as it was before it was downgraded.
Pluto is no longer a planet it is now a dwarf planet. There are only 8 planets in our Solar System.
Yes, as now the Pluto is excluded from the solar system, it is the smallest and the fastest planet in the solar system.
Pluto is not even considered a planet in OUR Solar System anymore. And no, Pluto has not blown up. Pluto is now a Dwarf Plant (I think because of its size). Which now means we only have 8 planets in our Solar System now.
Since the 2006 reclassification of Pluto to a Dwarf Planet, there are now eight planets in our solar system.
Pluto is still in the solar system. However, while it was called a planet, it is now been re-classified as a dwarf planet. This means that while there were 9 planets in the solar system, there are now only 8.
The ninth planet of our solar system was Pluto. However - the planet was downgraded from planet status, and is now considered part of the Kepler belt.
Yes, it is. At 2006, the scientists decided that it was not a planet of solar system. Now, there are just eight planets in the solar system.
pluto, it is now a dwarf planet.
Eris is now located beyond PLuto in the solar system.
No, because Pluto is not a planet. Pluto was formerly considered the farthest planet in the solar system until it was demoted in 2006. Now the title goes to Neptune.
Pluto lies at the back of all the planets but now its not considered as a planet
There are now only eight planets in the solar system. In 2006, in a controversial decision, Pluto was demoted to the status of a "dwarf planet."
That used to be Pluto, but now it's Neptune.
As Pluto is now considered a dwarf planet, Neptune is now considered to be the outermost planet. Actually its Pluto .
On the 24th of August 2006. Pluto is not in the solar system anymore. So now there are 8 planets in the Solar System. +++ I think it's still considered as being in the solar system. It was simply demoted.
the reason why the Pluto is not belong because the Pluto is near to the sun and there's a news that Pluto is already EXPLODED. Accorbing to some meteorologist there is a new solar system that alternate the luo but as of now thyy can't defined it
In our solar system Pluto is too small. Now, Pluto is considered to be a dwarf planet.
9 with Pluto but now Pluto is not a planet so 8 O_O but maybe more
It is within our solar system, but it is no longer considered a planet; it has now been reclassified as a dwarf planet.
Pluto. Sometimes Pluto is closer to the Sun than Neptune.However, Pluto is not now classified as a planet.
Pluto, it no longer a in uor solor system. It's still in the solar system, but now it's called a "dwarf planet".
If your question is "is Pluto a part of the solar system" then the answer is Yes. s Pluto, may have been excluded from the list of planets, but is now a dwarf planet. We have other dwarf planets too like Eris and Ceres