The star that's closest to our sun, Proxima Centauri, is still much farther away than Pluto.
Pluto takes 248 years to orbit the Sun.
If uncoiled, the DNA in all the cells in your body would stretch 10 billion miles, from here to Pluto and back.
Traveling at a speed of 186,000 miles per second, light takes 6 hours to travel from Pluto to Earth.
To an observer standing on Pluto, the sun would appear no brighter than Venus appears in our evening sky.
The sun would look like a bright star from Pluto, since they are so far away from each other.
The color of Pluto is reddish-brown.
Technically, Pluto's name is now 134340 after being declassified as a planet.
Some astronomers believe that Pluto was once a moon of Neptune but it somehow escaped into its own orbit.
Pluto's thin atmosphere contains traces of methane, nitrogen and carbon dioxide.