Why will Pluto have a longer solar year than earth?
Because it's further away from the Sun. The further away you are from the centre of anything - the longer it takes for you to travel once around it.
Pluto is farther out from the sun which means that: Pluto has a longer orbital path than Earth Pluto travels around the sun at a lower speed than Earth Both of these factors lead to Pluto having a much longer solar year.
The planets further from the sun than Earth in our solar system are Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Pluto is further from the sun than Earth, but is no longer classified as a planet. (Pluto is a dwarf planet.)
Yes, Neptune is bigger than Pluto. Yes, Neptune is bigger than Pluto because Pluto is the smallest planet in the solar system and is smaller than Earth and Neptune is bigger than Earth.
Pluto rotates much more slowly than Earth so a day on Pluto is much longer than a day on Earth. A day on Pluto is 6.4 Earth days or 153.3 hours long.
The planets in our solar system from biggest to smallest are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Earth, Venus, Mars, and Mercury. Pluto is no longer considered to be a planet in our solar system, but is smaller than Mercury.
Venus, Mars and Mercury are smaller than the Earth.
Mercury, Venus, and Mars all have longer days, both solar and siderial (rotational) days. Each rotation of Mercury takes 58.65 Earth days, Venus takes 243 Earth days, and Mars takes 1.03 Earth days (24.6 hours). There could be exoplanets with a period of rotation longer than our day. The five dwarf planets (including Pluto) also have a longer rotation period than an Earth day.
The year (about 225 Earth days) is longer than the solar day (about 117 Earth days).
Zero, because Pluto is a small dwarf planet in our solar system and Earth is much bigger than Pluto.
Pluto is smaller than earth thus making it spin faster. Also I read it in my science textbook.
Venus "sidereal day" is longer than its year. Mercury's "solar day" is longer than its year. However, there is no planet in our solar system with a day longer than our year on Earth.
Pluto, Jupiter, that is all that I can remember
it is Mercury,Venus,Earth,and Mars.
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars
A lunar eclipse last longer than a solar eclipse, because the Earth blocks all the light from the moon.
Although Pluto is no longer considered a planet, its orbit sometimes crosses with Neptune's orbit, causing Neptune to be further from Earth than Pluto.
There is no food on Pluto, or indeed, anywhere in the solar system other than the Earth and the International Space Station. So if you are planning to visit Pluto, it is wise to bring your own food.
Yes, everything in our solar system, including the most remote asteroids, are closer than Polaris.
Venus, Mercury, and Mars. Pluto is not longer categorized as a full planet, but when it was, Earth was bigger than it, too.
Mars is the fourth planet from the sun. The order of the nine planets in the solar system is mercury, venus, earth, mars, jupiter, saturn, uranus, neptune, pluto. Mars is smaller than the earth. Venus is about the same size as the earth. Mars is not very tiny like mercury and pluto.
There is no such planet, in our solar system. Pluto is smaller, but it's not classed as a planet now.
if it on our solar system i prefer pluto but rumored say its been wash out by a large atreiod
No planet in our solar system has days longer than one Earth year. Venus has the longest day -- it's 243 Earth days.
the planet farther than Pluto is Eris the planet farther than Pluto is Eris the planet farther than Pluto is Eris the planet farther than Pluto is Eris the planet further than neptune is nothing in our solar system but out of our solar system it,s Eris
Pluto is colder than earth
You weigh more on Earth than on Pluto because Earth has a higher gravitational pull than Pluto does.
apart from mercury,venus & mars (Pluto is no longer a planet).all other planets in our solar system has much greater gravity than earth.also some of the gas giants,or planets like Saturn have some satilites that have property's,that may outweight that of the earth. example titan;
A year on Pluto lasts for 248 Earth years. A day on Pluto, is over six Earth days. So No, Pluto does not have a shorter day than Earth.
a day is how long it takes the object to revolve one time. Pluto is smaller than the earth but it rotates much slower. The moon revolves around the earth at the same rate it rotates. That is why we see the same side of the moon at all times;
It Take's Pluto 243 Earth Day's, To Orbit The Sun? Pluto is farther away from the sun than Earth, therefore, since it has a longer way to go to completely orbit the Sun, there is no way it can take only 243 days
Pluto is much farther away from the Sun than Earth is. This makes Pluto much, much colder than Earth.
Yes, the Earth is much larger than Pluto.
No. Pluto is several times smaller than Earth.
There isn't one, in our solar system.
Solar energy. It has been around longer than the earth.
All of them are bigger than Pluto.
Neptune the is planet from furthest earth the.
Venus has a day longer than a year. Its day (243 Earth days) is 18 Earth days longer than its year (225 Earth days). 2gv ?z'\ q\'b.;hj',k;
Because Mercury rotates more slowly than Earth (and orbits the Sun more quickly). Mercury takes a lot longer to spin all the way around than Earth does, meaning its solar day (noon to noon) is longer because it takes the Sun longer to move around the sky. The solar day depends on a planet's orbital motion as well as a planet's spin. These two things combine to give Mercury the longest solar day in the… Read More
Pluto is relatively smaller than the Earth.
Because pluto has less gravity than earth.
Because it rotates slower and its further away from the sun.
No. The day on slowly-rotating Pluto is about 6.4 Earth days long.
Are Stars and Pluto the same size? Answer: No. (And possibly yes.) Pluto is a planet or object in our solar system. Pluto rotates around our Sun just like Earth does. Our Sun is a star, and is much larger than Earth and Pluto. When you see stars in the night sky, you are looking at Suns that are located far beyond our solar system. So those stars must be larger than Pluto since they… Read More
No. Pluto is much smaller than Earth.
No, Pluto is much colder than the Earth.
its not, Pluto is much smaller than the earth. By volume, Pluto is less than 0.6% of Earths volume.
Pluto has a weaker gravity than Earth. In fact, Pluto has a weaker gravity than Earth's moon.
The planets that are smaller than Venus are: Jupiter, Earth, Neptune, Uranus, and Saturn. Pluto is no longer on the list
earth is bigger than the moon, so it has a bigger shadow; a solar eclipse is the moon's shadow on the Earth, a lunar eclipse is the Earth's shadow on the Moon