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Pluto is a dwarf planet in the solar system.
Pluto may also refer to:
- Pluto, a fictional cat in "The Black Cat" by Edgar Allan Poe
- Pluto (Astro Boy), a character in Astro Boy media
- Pluto (Disney), a cartoon character created in 1930 by Walt Disney Productions
- Pluto (The Hills Have Eyes), a character in The Hills Have Eyes media
- Pluto (manga), by Naoki Urasawa
- Pluto (Marvel Comics), an interpretation of the Greco-Roman god used in Marvel Comics
- Sailor Pluto, a character in Sailor Moon media
Commerce, industry and science
- PLUTO detector, a particle detector which was operated at DESY in the 1970s
- Pluto Press, a British publishing house
- PLUTO reactor, a nuclear reactor at Harwell, Oxfordshire
- Pluto Water, a laxative product popular in the United States in the early 20th century
- HMS Pluto, a number of ships of the Royal Navy
- Operation Pluto, WWII undersea oil pipelines between England and France
- Project Pluto, a U.S. nuclear powered cruise missile
- Pluto (Canadian band)
- Pluto (New Zealand band)
- Pluto (Portuguese band)
- Pluto (UK band). English rock band from the 1970s.
- "Pluto" (orchestral movement), an expansion by Colin Matthews for Gustav Holst's The Planets
- Pluto (EP), EP by Seigmen
- Pluto (Future album), 2012
- "Pluto", a song by Björk from the album Homogenic
- "Pluto", a song by 2 Skinnee J's from the album SuperMercado!
- Pluto Records, record label
People with the name
- Derek "Pluto" Murray, Scottish sports journalist and commentator
- Terry Pluto (born 1955), American sportswriter
- Pluto Shervington (born 1950), Jamaican entertainer
- Bortolanza Pluto, an Italian ultralight aircraft
- Pluto (newspaper), the student newspaper at the University of Central Lancashire
- Pluto, West Virginia
- Pluto Airlines, an airline based in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
- Pluto, a South Devon Railway Gorgon class 4-4-0ST steam locomotive
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