The length of a day on Pluto is 6.4 Earth day The length of a year on Pluto is 248 Earth years.
About 250 of our years.
Pluto has an orbital period that is equal to 90,588 Earth days. As such, one year on Pluto is equal to about 248 years here in Earth.
Pluto takes 248 Earth years to orbit once around our sun.
248 earth years.
The length of a day on Pluto is 6.39 years
The length of a day on Pluto is 6.4 times the length of a day on Earth or 153.3 hours long. This is because Pluto rotates slower than Earth.
There are 14,880 Pluto days in a Pluto year
Yes, the farther away you are from the sun the longer the year.
pluto was discovered in the year 1930
A day on pluto is ^.$ earth days wich is really 6.4 earth days.
90,410.5 Days are in a year on Pluto.
Pluto is a dwarf planet meaning it is a really small planet
Light year is not a length of time; it is a distance. the answer to "How long...?" would be in years.
According to Wikipedia, on Pluto a "...year lasts 90,613.305 Earth days, 248.09 Earth years or 14,164.4 Pluto solar days." One planetary year is the length of time it takes that planet to travel from one place all the way around the sun and return to the same place.
9 earth days
there are 90,520 days in one year for Pluto
in year 2006 pluto was comsidered as a drawf planet
Nothing changed about Pluto, but the IAU reclassified Pluto that year as a dwarf planet.
Pluto was discovered in 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh.
there has not been a landing on pluto but will be in 2015
6 days, 9 hours
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".
Rotation Period about Axis: (length of Pluto's day) 6.387 days (retrograde). A year on Pluto is 248 Earth years.