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Smiling Pluto
Pluto is all smiles in NASA’s valentine. (Credit: NASA)

Say it with Pluto? After NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft spotted a heart-shaped region on Pluto, you had to know it was just a matter of time before the dwarf planet made its appearance on a valentine.

Sure enough, this year’s crop of printable Valentine’s Day cards from NASA’s educational Space Place website includes a stylized Pluto.

“You’ll always be in my heart!” the card reads.

If you’re in love with Pluto, you’ll want to keep up with the latest images on a pair of New Horizons websites, plus the Twitter accounts @NASANewHorizons and @NewHorizons2015.

And if you’re not so crazy about the little guy, there are plenty of other options for your spacey sweetheart – including e-valentines from the European Space Agency as well as physics-themed valentines and anti-valentines from Symmetry Magazine.

Hat tip to Bad Astronomy’s Phil Plait.

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