How Cold Is Pluto?

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Pluto is Very cold. Pluto is so far away from the Sun that temperatures can drop down to 33 Kelvin, or -240 Celsius. The orbit of Pluto is highly elliptical, ranging from 4.4 billion km to 7.4 billion km away from the Sun. This lowest temperature of -240 C occurs when Pluto is at its furthest. At this point, Pluto is very cold
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During the day, Pluto's surface temperature is estimated to reach -369 degrees Fahrenheit (-223 degrees Celsius) ; at night, it is estimated to be -387 degrees Fahrenheit (-233 degrees Celsius). You can find more information here: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Pluto
Wow, Pluto is one cold place it is -400 degrees Fahrenheit at its coolest and -360 degrees Fahrenheit at its warmest. I don't think there is any life on that planet.
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Pluto is extremely cold. It is about -390 degrees F! That is because Pluto is over 4 billion miles from the sun. It is also very small, only 1,440 miles around.
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Because it is so far away from the sun.
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The surface temperature of Pluto has been estimated in a range from -378 to -396
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It can be as cold as -240 degrees Celsius on Pluto, and there is no chance there for life.
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