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Did Voyager 2 pass Pluto? If not, was it intended to?



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No, Voyager 2 did not do a "fly-by" of Pluto (which is currently inside Neptune's orbit, by the way). Its fly-by of Neptune occurred in 1989, so it is well outside the Solar System by now.

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