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Pluto's mass is only about 1/455th of Earth's and its gravity would be 1/15th. Earth-type plants could grow immensely tall. Insects and animals could run faster and jump farther. However, the incredibly frigid temperature on Pluto (only 30 to 50°C above absolute zero) makes native lifeforms unlikely, unless very different from terrestrial forms.

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No, Earth's gravity would not affect Pluto. However, the suns gravity does.


If you were to land on the planet Pluto, there would half the amount of gravity as there is on the moon; not very strong at all!


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The force of gravity on the surface of Pluto is 1/15 of what it is on the surface of the Earth. This means that a person who weighs 150 lb on Earth would weigh 10 lb on Pluto.


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