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Fun Facts

Mass: 13,050,000,000,000 billion kg (0.00218 x Earth)

Diameter: 2,372 km (+-2 km)

Known Moons: 5

Notable Moons: Charon, Nix, Hydra, Kerberos and Styx

Orbit Distance: 5,874,000,000 km (39.26 AU)

Orbit Period: 246.04 Earth years

Surface Temperature: -229°C

Discovery Date: 18th February 1930

Discovered By: Clyde W. Tombaugh

What Can I Do There?

Pluto is the largest dwarf planet:

At one point it was thought this could be Eris. Currently the most accurate measurements give Eris an average diameter of 2,326km with a margin of error of 12km, while Pluto’s diameter is 2,372km with a 2km margin of error.

Pluto is one third water:

This is in the form of water ice which is more than 3 times as much water as in all the Earth’s oceans, the remaining two thirds are rock. Pluto’s surface is covered with ices, and has several mountain ranges, light and dark regions, and a scattering of craters.

Pluto is smaller than a number of moons:

These are Ganymede, Titan, Callisto, Io, Europa, Triton, and the Earth’s moon. Pluto has 66% of the diameter of the Earth’s moon and 18% of its mass. While it is now confirmed that Pluto is the largest dwarf planet for around 10 years it was thought that this was Eris.

Pluto ... A memorable on our Warp Speed Shuttle. Just 33 light seconds from Earth.