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Pluto will always be a planet in our hearts. A fellow named Clyde Tombaugh spotted Pluto as a researcher at the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff.
"There," and I'm sure as a professional writer you already know this.
"Were their any on our list..."
That jet skis are a contribution to science is a very dubious claim. That said, all Biosphere II proved is that it will be hard for humans to get along in space during long voyages. Other than that, whatever "discoveries" made during the Biosphere "experiment" are at best pseudo-science. Nevertheless, it makes neat tourist attraction.
Yep that does indeed make a lot of sense.