Answer: No, Pluto is not an orbit. Pluto is in an orbit: a 2:3 resonance orbit with Neptune.No, Pluto is a dwarf planet.
No answer Pluto orbits the Sun Pluto does not orbit the Earth
The planet Neptune crosses the orbit of Pluto in an elliptic orbit
Pluto crosses Neptune's orbit but Pluto isn't a planet.
The planet Neptune's orbit intersects with that of Pluto.
No planets orbit Pluto, but Pluto does have four moons: Charon, Nix, Hydra, and "P4".
Pluto doesn't orbit any planets, it orbits the sun. But if you mean what planet does Pluto share a orbit with is Neptune. Pluto sometimes is closer to the sun than Neptune because it cuts into Neptune's orbit.
Pluto has such an unusual orbit, because it goes in a flat oval.
No answer The Sun does not orbit Pluto Pluto orbits the Sun, which takes about 248 years.
the longest orbit is pluto
No, Pluto orbits the sun. Neptune affects Pluto's orbit, but Pluto doesn't go around Neptune.
The orbits of Pluto and Neptune cross.
Neptune. Pluto has an oval and tilted orbit also.
Pluto, and all of the planets orbit the sun. Not the other way around.
Yes. Pluto orbits the sun.
No. Pluto orbits the sun.
The least eccentric orbit is Venus The most eccentric orbit is Pluto (aside from Pluto, Mercury)
1. Pluto doesn't orbit the same way as the other planets in a horizontal orbit it has a diagonal orbit
Pluto has a longer year than Neptune, because Pluto (usually!) is beyond Neptune's orbit. Pluto has a very eccentric orbit; for part of its orbit, Pluto is actually closer to the Sun than Neptune. But Pluto makes up for it by swinging far outside of Neptune's orbit for most of the Plutonian "year".
Between about 4 hours and 7 hours, depending on what part of its orbit Pluto is - its orbit is fairly excentric.Between about 4 hours and 7 hours, depending on what part of its orbit Pluto is - its orbit is fairly excentric.Between about 4 hours and 7 hours, depending on what part of its orbit Pluto is - its orbit is fairly excentric.Between about 4 hours and 7 hours, depending on what part of its orbit Pluto is - its orbit is fairly excentric.
No. Pluto has its own orbit around the Sun, although Neptune does affect its orbit.
It takes 248 years for Pluto to complete its orbit.
Pluto has an elliptical orbit like all the planets, etc that orbit the Sun. It's the result of the Sun's gravity affecting Pluto. Pluto has an orbit that is not nearly circular. This is called having a very "eccentric" orbit. This is probably because of its origin in the "Kuiper belt" region of the solar system.
yes it does have a titled orbit