By : larysa naslednikova
An invitation to visit the planet
In most places, not a lot. But, at 4147 Mayfield Road, they come together under one roof as the businesses LTSquared and Covenant Army. They are businesses owned, respectively, by Laeh Stringer (LTSquared) and husband Roosevelt Glenn Stringer, Jr. (Covenant Army).
It was in 2002 that Laeh Stringer came to form LTSquared in a way that, it seems, many successful ventures start -- through happenstance. Stringer's business has since grown into perhaps the most successful invitation business in the area. In fact, for the past nine years Stringer said it has topped the Fox 8 Hot List as the place to go for the best invitations to weddings, showers, bar mitzvahs, birthday parties or any other event.
Directions to your planet
Pluto was discovered in 1930 by an astronomer from the United States. An astronomer is a person who studies stars and other objects in space.
Pluto was known as the smallest planet in the solar system and the ninth planet from the sun.
Today, Pluto is called a “dwarf planet.” A dwarf planet orbits the sun just like other planets, but it is smaller. A dwarf planet is so small it cannot clear other objects out of its path.
On average, Pluto is more than 3.6 billion miles (5.8 billion kilometers) away from the sun. That is about 40 times as far from the sun as Earth. Pluto orbits the sun in an oval like a racetrack. Because of its oval orbit, Pluto is sometimes closer to the sun than at other times. At its closest point to the sun Pluto is still billions of miles away.