Is USA Bigger Than Pluto? (Answered!)

Pluto has a surface area of 17.6 million km² with an estimated volume of 6.4 billion cubic kilometers whilst USA has a surface area of 9.834 million km² with an estimated volume of 393.34 million cubic km, making it far smaller than Pluto. It is quite obvious that the flatter planes of the United states would be incomparable … Read more

Pluto vs Charon (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Pluto and Charon is that Pluto is a dwarf planet with 5 moons orbiting it and itself orbiting the Sun whilst Charon is Pluto’s largest moon and orbits the dwarf planet. Pluto is also bigger with a diameter of 2,370km whilst Charon is smaller with a diameter of 1,212km. There are … Read more

Pluto vs Callisto (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Pluto and Callisto would be that Pluto is a dwarf planet with 5 moons that orbit it whilst Callisto is the 3rd largest moon in the solar system that also orbits Jupiter, Pluto is far smaller than Callisto with a diameter of 2,370km whilst Callisto’s is 4,820.6km which also makes the … Read more

Is Russia Bigger Than Pluto? (Answered!)

Russia is smaller than Pluto, as the surface area covered by Russia is roughly 17.1 million km² whereas Pluto’s surface area is estimated to be slightly more (particularly after the New Horizons mission) with an overall surface area of 17.6 million km².  In the past before the New Horizon mission, Pluto was estimated to be slightly smaller with a … Read more

Titan vs Pluto (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Titan and Pluto is that Pluto is a dwarf planet with a diameter of 2,370km with 5 moons orbiting it whilst Titan is the 2nd largest moon in our solar system that orbits Saturn, is more than twice Pluto’s size with a diameter of 5,150km and has a surface brimming with … Read more

Pluto vs Europa (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Pluto and Europa is that Pluto is a dwarf planet that has 5 other moons orbiting it, is 2,370km in diameter and is the 9th farthest planet from the Sun, where it would take it 247.78 years to orbit the Sun whereas Europa is Jupiter’s 4th biggest moon with a diameter … Read more

Earth vs Pluto (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Earth and Pluto is that Earth is roughly 5 times bigger, has only 1 moon in comparison to Pluto’s 5, is an officially recognized planet as opposed to Pluto that is a dwarf planet, is able to sustain life and is the 3rd farthest planet from the Sun whilst Pluto is … Read more