This sweet dwarf planet, Pluto, which is 1 in 5 of the moon, is located in the Kuiper Belt and has the distinction of being the largest dwarf planet. Pluto’s structure, like other dwarf planets in the belt, consists of stone and ice.
The story of Pluto’s transition to a dwarf planet, which is considered a planet at first, is rather tragicomic. Although Pluto was discovered in 1930, it has not completed a full tour around the sun since 1930 (currently still unable to complete it, it will complete it in 2178.). For this and similar reasons, it was renamed dwarf planet in 2006.