Yes Pluto definitely has gravitational pull. Anything with mass exerts gravitational pull. Even you are ever so slightly pulling upward on the Earth. Even subatomic particles have gravitational pull.
It depends on what you compare it with. Compared to any of the planets, Pluto has a weak gravitational pull. Compared to other Kuiper Belt object, Pluto has a strong gravitational pull.
No. Pluto is actually smaller then Our Moon, Therefor Less gravitational Pull.
Pluto has a much lower gravitational pull than the Earth does.
i don't see how that is possible, unless the solar sytem next to us had it's sun explode. fling Pluto into our gravitational pull.
Pluto is actually a large asteroid that has been captured in the sun's gravitational pull.
You weigh more on Earth than on Pluto because Earth has a higher gravitational pull than Pluto does.
Pluto is a moon because it doesnt have enough gravitational pull to be a planet
The amount of gravity you get is dependent on the size of the planet/object. Pluto's gravitational pull is much less than that of Earth due to Pluto being much lighter.Earth has a much greater mas than Pluto does.Pluto is a smaller planet and has less of a gravitational pull
The distance between the Sun and Earth is 149,600,000 kilometers, and the distance between the Sun and Pluto is 5.9 billion kilometers. The gravitational pull decreases with an increase in distance. So, the gravitational pull of the Sun on Pluto is much less than its pull on Earth. So, in the model, Pluto’s orbit would have a much larger radius than Earth’s orbit.
Every single object has gravity, the larger an object the greater the gravitational pull
Because Earth has a stronger gravitational pull.
the gravitational field of Pluto is 3.761n/kg
well depends what planet you are on the basic formulae is as follows weight = mass X gravitational field (gravitational pull) on each planet so depending on what planet you wish to know ill put int the answer . Mercury gravitational pull is 3.7 so its 3.7kg Venus gravitational pull is 8.8 so its 8.8kg Earth gravitational pull is 9.8 so its 9.8kg Mars gravitational pull is 3.7 so its 3.7kg Jupiter gravitational pull is 23.2 so its 23.2kg Saturn gravitational pull is 9.0 so its 9kg Uranus gravitational pull is 8.7 so its 8.7kg Neptune gravitational pull is 11.1 so its 11.1kg Pluto gravitational pull is 0.6 600g
No. The dwarf planet Pluto is much too small to be able to capture gas by gravitational pull.
No, because its jut rock and ice with a gravitational pull. It has the odd crag but no hills.
No. Jupiter's gravity is much stronger than Pluto's
Pluto has a longer orbit because it is much further from the Sun than Venus and the Sun's gravitational pull is much weaker.
Theoretically yes - although it won't have enough to return. Once out of the gravitational pull of the Earths gravity and a couple of gravitational assists from other planets, a shuttle could make it to Pluto and beyond.
The surface gravity is slight- you could jump over a building if there was one on Pluto.The surface gravity on Pluto is 0.067g (Earth has 1g, our Moon 0.164gthe "surface gravity" is s
Due to the mass or size of Pluto compared to Earth, about 2/3 the size of our moon, the gravitational pull of Pluto is greatly weaker than Earth's.
"Weight" is the measure of how strongly the planet pulls on you. The earth has greater mass than Pluto so it has a stronger gravitational pull on you.
Pluto can be located in the region of the kuiper belt objects (KBO's). It is still considered to be within the Solar System as the Sun's gravitational pull still has an influence on it.
It has no core. The other planets keep it in the gravitational pull. Pluto was found to be nothing more than a floating rock and ice.