Pluto (Columbia)

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Myriad Universes: Pluto
Affiliation United Federation of Planets[1]
Astrography Sol IX; Sol Sector (Sector 001);[2] Alpha Quadrant
Distance from Star 5,913,000,000km[1]
Orbital Period 248.5 years[1]
Rotational Period 6.390 days[1]
Planetary Class C[1]
Surface Temperature -236°C[1]
Diameter 2,300km[1]
Gravity 0.07g[1]
Natural Satellites Charon[1]
Notable Events Destroyed by Borg Collective (2380)[3]

Pluto was a Class C[1] dwarf planet on the edge of the Sol system.[4][1] In 1996, Pluto was depicted as the ninth planet in the Sol System on a poster in Rain Robinson‘s office at Griffith Observatory;[5] in 2267, the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701's computers showed a map to Nomad, depicting Pluto as the ninth planet in the system.[4] In 2294, the maiden voyage of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-B was planned as "a quick run around the block," taking the ship from Earth, out past Pluto, then back to the inner system; a distress call from the S.S. Lakul, however, necessitated a change of plans.[6] For centuries, Pluto switched back and forth from being considered a planet[4] or not.[3] The debate was rendered moot, however, when the Borg destroyed Pluto in |2380.[3]

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