Pluto has an average radius of 715 miles. The planetary body is 20 percent smaller than Earth and it has a diameter of 1,430 miles. More »

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Pluto has a diameter of 1,430 miles, which is six times less than that of Earth. Pluto is smaller than the Earth's moon. In 2006, Pluto was stripped of its status as one of the Solar System's nine planets, and given a ne... More »

Pluto has a volume of about 1.53 cubic miles, a radius of 715.2 miles, a surface area of 6.42 million miles and an equatorial circumference of 4,493.7 miles. It is only 0.006 times as voluminous as Earth. More »

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Pluto is 4.67 billion miles away from Earth. At a certain condition, the two celestial bodies are only 2.66 billion miles apart. NASA sent the New Horizons spacecraft on a mission to visit Pluto, and it is expected to re... More »

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The circumference of Pluto is 4,494 miles at the equator. For comparison, the circumference of the Earth is 24,902 miles at the equator. The entire distance around Pluto is 365 miles less than the distance between Housto... More »

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Pluto has a diameter of 1,430 miles, which is six times less than that of Earth. Pluto is smaller than the Earth's moon. In 2006, Pluto was stripped of its status as one of the Solar System's nine planets, and given a ne... More »

Pluto is about 2.6 billion miles from Earth, according to About.com. That distance is approximately 30 times greater than the distance between the Earth and the sun. More »

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