|Orbit: 39.3 a.u.||Mass: 0.01 e.s.|
|Atmo: Vacuum||Radius: 0.18 e.s.|
|Temp: -235 C||Gravity: 0.05 g.|
|Weather: None||Day: 6.38 days|
|Tectonics: Class 1||Tilt: 119|
Pluto is not only the furthest planet from the sun (most of the time), but it is also the smallest, coldest, has the lowest gravitational pull, and has the most elliptical orbit of all the planets. It is believed that Pluto was actually a passing body in space that passed close enough to the sun to be captured into its present orbit.