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Yes,it's normal, a plasma uses a lot of power (over 300W) so it generates a lot of heat - especially the screen.Remember, plasma is an overheated gas so a large screen contains a very large amount of a very hot gas.
I have had the same problem on my gateway plasma for a year now. My 2nd TV just started to show similar defects on the screen. I can never get a straight answer as to what causes this problem yet it is a very common defect on these tv models (gateway) most accurate answer I got from gateway was that it is better to buy a new one.