Updating the definition of internationalization
A non-satellite body fulfilling only the first two of these criteria is classified as a "dwarf planet".
According to the IAU, "planets and dwarf planets are two distinct classes of objects".
Localization is the process of adapting internationalized software for a specific region or language by adding locale-specific components and translating text.
Localization (which is potentially performed multiple times, for different locales) uses the infrastructure or flexibility provided by internationalization (which is ideally performed only once, or as an integral part of ongoing development).
Before the discoveries of the early 21st century, astronomers had no real need for a formal definition for planets.
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The definition was a controversial one, and has drawn both support and criticism from different astronomers, but has remained in use.
According to this definition, there are eight known planets in the Solar System.