By Mike.Buckley@jhuapl.edu (M. Buckley)

It’s official: Pluto’s “heart” now bears the name of pioneering American astronomer Clyde Tombaugh, who discovered Pluto in 1930. And a crater is now officially named after Venetia Burney, the schoolgirl who suggested the name “Pluto” for Tombaugh’s newly-discovered planet. Tombaugh Regio and Burney crater are among the first set …read more

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