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Wade Hampton III

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Life On Pluto

PostMon Jun 17, 2019 12:54 am

Below is an artist’s conception of what Pluto would look like if one could stand on one of the dwarf planet’s moons and stare back at Pluto.
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Sunny Day On Pluto
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But this website goes on to tell us what our experiences would be if we were to actually step foot on the surface of Pluto itself. Firstly, hopefully no one that makes it to Pluto gets homesick, because even to send a MESSAGE back home to Earth (let’s not even get started on the time it takes to physically travel…) will take anywhere from four to six a half hours depending on where Pluto is in it’s orbit. This is just one way too, so double that time to get how long it would take to send and receive a response. If one was brave enough to leave the spacecraft and step on the surface of the planet, one should expect freezing temperatures well below anything we ever experience here on Earth, about negative 223 degrees Celcius, which is dangerously close to absolute zero…with atmospheric pressure being 3/1,000,000 of what we experience on Earth. So, long story short…you wouldn’t stand a chance out there if you were to venture outside.

On top of the temperature and pressure extremes, these result in a virtual lack of atmosphere around the surface, so you would still manage to receive harmful UV rays from the Sun, granted they would be less than hit Earth due to the drastic difference in distance from the Sun…there would be absolutely nothing blocking them from hitting you.

https://missions.info-quest.org/MISSION-PLUTO.html

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