Beach Day by Rodger Bliss
October 2022
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What’s the Next Letter?

What is the next letter in this sequence?

M, V, E, M, J, S, U, N, _ ?

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2 guesses to What’s the Next Letter?


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  • P

    Pluto but that is no longer true. This puzzle is out of date.

  • Dude

    You’re correct on both counts, Rodger.

    The criteria that the International Astronomical Union (IAU) wanted every celestial body to meet were:

    1. The body must have its orbit around the Sun.

    2. It should be spherical by the merit of its own gravitational force. Meaning, its gravity should be able to pull itself into a shape which is spherical.

    3. It should be the biggest, most gravitationally dominant planet in its own orbit.

    The IAU ruled that Pluto doesn’t qualify the third criterion and it does not qualify as a planet. So unfortunately for Pluto and its founder, Clyde W. Tombaugh, Pluto is NOT a planet. It is now officially a ‘dwarf planet.’

    Good catch! You’re today’s winner.