Depends on whom you ask. Numerous published reports have indicated that the IAU isn't interested in revisiting the issue and "celebrity" scientists Bill Nye (the Science Guy) and Neil DeGrasse Tyson are on the side of IAU. Tyson, never one to hold back, took to Twitter this week as the new photos rolled in to say, "Dear Pluto. Lookin' good. But you're still a Dwarf Planet — get over it." Meanwhile, NASA's New Horizons principle investigator Alan Stern, a planetary scientist at the Southwest Research Institute in Colorado, told TED, a scientific website, that Pluto should be a planet. "Science doesn't work by voting. Did people vote on the theory of relativity? No! It's either right or it's wrong. … Voting doesn't work in science."