Until an International Astronomical Union resolution on August 24th, 2006, the satellite Pluto was classified as a plane

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Until an International Astronomical Union resolution on August 24th, 2006, the satellite Pluto was classified as a planet; therefore, scientists were unlikely in considering any object within the Kuiper Belt a planet since any such object to be found being smaller than Pluto.


A. planet; therefore, scientists were unlikely in considering any object within the Kuiper Belt a planet since any such object to be found being

B. planet; therefore, scientists were unlikely to consider any object within the Kuiper Belt a planet since any such object found was

C. planet, scientists were unlikely to consider any object within the Kuiper Belt a planet since any such object found was

D. planet, scientists being unlikely in considering any object within the Kuiper Belt a planet since any such object found was

E. planet, with scientists who were unlikely to consider any object within the Kuiper Belt a planet since any such object found being


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