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Scientists say there may be a massive ocean lurking beneath Pluto's surface

Is there an ocean under Pluto's surface? Scientists have been exploring that possibility since New Horizons' flyby of the dwarf planet last year and new research is providing additional details on the fascinating subject. According to a press release, "The study, led by Brown University geologist Brandon Johnson and published in Geophysical Research Letters, finds a high likelihood that there's more than 100 kilometers (or 62 miles) of liquid water beneath Pluto's surface.
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