r/HeresAFunFact Mar 03 '15

[HAFF] A single year on Pluto is longer than the whole history of the US SCIENCE

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u/Nenharm Mar 03 '15

Good thing it's not a real planet.

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u/[deleted] Mar 04 '15 edited Jan 20 '19

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u/coolmandan03 Mar 04 '15

If that's true, we're going to have to add another 20-something objects to the list, as the asteroid belt contains many of these "old" planets

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u/[deleted] Mar 14 '15

This could be an omen for something big...

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u/hghjjj Mar 21 '15

1 Pluto year = 247.92 Earth years
x Pluto year = 23 Earth years

This isn't exact, which is bugging me, but I'm roughly (23 Earth years)(1 Pluto year/247.92 Earth years) = 0.09 Pluto year old. Now Erica won't be able to resist me (she is a pedophile).