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How does gravity affect life on Pluto?

Question asked by: mrquestion

Asked on: 31 Mar 2008

Well, there is much less gravity no Pluto than there is on the planet Earth.

Therefore it is easier to jump for instance a jump would take you much higher. Your body would also not need the robustness that it needs to deal with gravity here pushing down on your organs and so on, so might need to be less sturdy.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 31 Mar 2008
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What life on Pluto? As far as we know there are NO signs of life on Pluto. They would have to be extremely dense so as not to float away with the little amount of gravity that is on Pluto.
By: DogLover22

Date of comment: Thu, May 28th 2009

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