What makes Pluto unique from other planets?

Its greater distance means its orbital period of 248 years is the longest of all planets. Its orbit has the highest eccentricity, which means that its distance from the Sun varies more than other planets. Its orbit is so far from circular that it can actually be closer to the Sun than Neptune at times.

How is Pluto different from other planets?

It takes 248 Earth years for Pluto to complete one orbit around the Sun. Its orbital path doesn't lie in the same plane as the eight planets, but is inclined at an angle of 17°. Its orbit is also more oval-shaped, or elliptical, than those of the planets.

Is there life on Pluto?

As such, there is simply no way life could survive on the surface of Pluto. Between the extreme cold, low atmospheric pressure, and constant changes in the atmosphere, no known organism could survive.

Can we live on Pluto?

As such, there is simply no way life could survive on the surface of Pluto. Between the extreme cold, low atmospheric pressure, and constant changes in the atmosphere, no known organism could survive.

Can you breath on Pluto?

As such, there is simply no way life could survive on the surface of Pluto. Between the extreme cold, low atmospheric pressure, and constant changes in the atmosphere, no known organism could survive.