Pluto cannot into Planet

Plutoball is a legitimate planet dwarf planet in the solar system. He is ~1184 km in radius and ~16,65 million km² in surface area, making it slightly smaller than Russia-icon.png Russiaball (In terms of surface area). Aerican Empire-icon.png Aerican Empireball owns its Northern Hemisphere.

He is used to be into being a planet, but Earth-icon.png Earthball decided he didn't count as one. Even when he was considered a planet, he was always a misfit, with a highly inclined and eccentric orbit. Mercury isn't happy that Pluto isn't a planet anymore. He could be considered a binary planet due to his largest moon Charon-icon.png Charonball.

On the 14th of July, 2015, USA-icon.png USAball reached Pluto with the spacecraft New Horizons, which uncovered for the first time what his surface looked like in detail. Pluto has an atmospheric pressure of ~1 Pa, which is much larger than Mercury-icon.png Mercury's but still significantly less than Mars-icon.png Mars's. 


Plutoball seems to contain a mantle of water-ice, and a silicate or metallic core. He appears reddish-brown due to the presence of tholins on his surface. 

Surface Features

Plutoball's surface is rather varied, ranging from charcoal-black patches to white glaciers. He also appears to be geologically active, a fact that surprised many scientists. Signs even point to past or ongoing plate tectonics, as well as a sunsurface ocean.



Orbit - Rotation

Plutoball's orbit may only be metastable, as influences from the Jupiter-icon.pngSaturn-icon.pngUranus-icon.pngNeptune-icon.pngPlanet Nine-icon.png Outer Planets can gradually change his orbit. However, more recent studies show that his 2:3 orbital resonance with Neptune-icon.png Neptuneball could be more stable than initially thought. Currently, his estimated orbital period is 248 years. His orbit is highly inclined and eccentric, with their values at ~17.16° and ~0.2488 respectively. He is tidally locked to his binary companion, Charonball.

How to draw

Draw Plutoball is simple:

  1. Color the basic circle shape of this colour
  2. Draw a heart shape near the bottom center of this colour
  3. Draw 2 dark brown blobs at the bottom, beside the heart of this colour
  4. Draw some light brown "scratches" above the left blob of this colour
  5. Draw the eyes and you are finished.

A real life photo of Pluto for reference


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