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Astronomy - Jupiter is no longer a planet

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    Due to Pluto being demoted down to "Dwarf Planet", Pluto's brother-in-law and best mate decided that he would resign his position as Planet. Jupiter was last seen orbiting Saturn as a moon in an attempt to piss off Astronomers.

    Catherine J. Cesarsky (President of IAU) has denied rumours that the IAU will reconsider Pluto as a planet at the twenty eighth general assembly, in Rio, 2009.
     
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    Go Jupiter!!!! ^^
     
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    Quinlan Right the First Time!

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    Wot about UrAnus? Teeheeheehoohoohehee....
     
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    Pluto's brother in law is Jupiter... how does the genealogy of our solar system work?
     
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    That's right Jupiter! Astronomers can suck it!
     
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