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Friday, February 26
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
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For Beyond 50's "Science" talks, listen to an interview this Friday at 11 a.m. with Harvard-trained astronomer, Ken Croswell. He's back to talk about the first discovery of Pluto that occurred 80-years ago and the newest discovery about Pluto's three icy moons of several hundred degrees below zero: Charon (750 miles across), Nix and Hydra (25 - 100 miles across).
In Greek Mythology, Pluto was the god of the underworld, who lived in darkness. The name fits a distant world, far from the sun, lit by only dim sunlight. Pluto's biggest moon is named after Charon, who carried the sould of the dead across the underworld's main river. The next moon, Nix, takes its name from the goddess of night and the mother of Charon. Hydra's name comes from the nine-headed monster that lived in a lake near an entrance to the underworld.
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