One Plutonian Day
J Thoendell stashed this in Space
From Imgur: "Even at its closest approach Pluto is still only 1/114,000th the apparent size of the Andromeda galaxy in the sky."
it looks like pluto might _not_ be isostatic... can't wait to find out!
What would it mean if Pluto is not isostatic?
it would mean it's not a sphere, and also not a planet... i.e. too lumpy
Oh neat! Now I'm looking forward to finding out, too.