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Satellite of Neptune, and not a full-sized planet. Today, most scientists Today, Pluto is considered a dwarf planet, call this area the Kuidifferent from the other planets in our Solar System. per Belt. These are just some of Kuiper’s many important astronomical discoveries. Because he was so respected in his ﬁeld, NASA’s KAO (Kuiper Airborne Observatory) was named for him, and the Kuiper Prize is a very important astronomy award that is given to scientists who contribute to our knowledge of space.
The molecular chemistry, or basic chemical makeup, of the universe is also one of the observatory’s main missions. The Herschel Space Observatory is the largest infrared space observatory ever launched. 5 m) high and 14 feet (4 m) wide. 3 tonnes). 55 uranus The spacecraft is made up of a service module and a payload module. The service module holds the systems for power conditioning, altitude control, data handling, and communications, together with the parts of the scientiﬁc instruments that need to be kept warm.
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