﻿ Which is true about Pluto? A. It is the only body in the solar system without an atmosphere. B. It orbits near the Kuiper belt. C. It has a nearly circular orbit. D. It is larger than Titan, Mercury, and the moon. - AssignmentGrade.com

# Which is true about Pluto? A. It is the only body in the solar system without an atmosphere. B. It orbits near the Kuiper belt. C. It has a nearly circular orbit. D. It is larger than Titan, Mercury, and the moon.

QUESTION POSTED AT 18/04/2020 - 07:05 PM

The answer is B. the kuiper belt is between pluto and neptune but more closer to pluto

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