Pluto is the ninth and outermost planet in our solar system. It also has the distinction of being the smallest of all 9 planets. It is believed that there must be a tenth planet in the system, but until now it has not been possible to find it. However, as Pluto was only discovered in 1930, the possibility may still be there.
- Average distance from the Sun: 5900 million km
- Model: 6 km from the Sun
- Size: 2500 km (diameter)
- Model: 2.5 mm (diameter)
- Duration of rotation: 90465 days or 248 yars, the day is 6.3 Earth days
- Mass (kg): 1.6 x 1022
- Number of moons: 5
Do you want to take a trip to the Sun’s closest neighbouring star Proxima Centauri? Distance 4.3 light years or 40.8 trillion kilometres.
At the scale of the Planetary Path 1:1.000.000.000.000, the journey will be about 40.000 kilometres – the same as the trip around Earth!
ENJOY YOUR TRIP!