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Planet Pluto Quiz

Quiz About the Planet Pluto by Kidzable

Pluto is the ninth planet from the Sun. It is the outermost known planet of the solar system. Pluto orbits the Sun once every 247 Earth years at an average distance of 5.9 billion km. Pluto is about 2,360 km in diameter – nearly two-thirds the diameter of Earth’s Moon.

Test your knowledge about Pluto. Play this medium difficulty Pluto quiz to see how will you do. Just hit the button “Let’s Play” and the quiz will start.

  • Question of

    What does Pluto look like through a very large telescope?

    • A dot of light
    • A large, round disk
    • A slightly flattened, small disk
  • Question of

    What is Pluto’s satellite (moon) called?

    • Caron
    • Charon
    • Charone
  • Question of

    How far is planet Pluto from the Sun?

    • 5 million kilometers
    • 5 billion kilometers
    • 50 billion kilometers
    • 500 billion kilometers
  • Question of

    Some astronomers think Pluto was once a satellite of which planet ?

    • Mars
    • Jupiter
    • Neptune
  • Question of

    Pluto is the ninth planet from the Sun.

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    Which planet is just closer to the Sun from Pluto?

    • Jupiter
    • Saturn
    • Neptune
  • Question of

    Who predicted the existence of the planet Pluto?

    • Johannes Kepler
    • Percival Lowell
    • Clyde William Tombaugh
  • Question of

    Which statement is correct?

    • The planet Pluto was discovered in 1830.
    • The planet Pluto was discovered in 1730.
    • The planet Pluto was discovered in 1930.
  • Question of

    Pick the true statement:

    • Pluto has more moons than Mars.
    • Mercury has less moons than planet Pluto.
    • Sometimes Uranus is the furthest from the Sun, but mostly it is planet Pluto.
  • Question of

    Can Pluto be seen without a telescope on a dark night?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Pick the correct statement below:

    • Pluto is about 2 300 km in diameter and Charon is about 1 200 km in diameter.
    • Pluto is about 1 200 km in diameter and Charon is about 2 300 km in diameter.
    • Pluto is about 20 300 km in diameter and Charon is about 10 200 km in diameter.
    • Pluto is about 10 200 km in diameter and Charon is about 20 300 km in diameter.
  • Question of

    Do Pluto’s poles have ice caps?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Pick the correct statement about the density of the planet Pluto:

    • Pluto is made of solid rock.
    • Pluto is made up only of gases.
    • Pluto is twice as dense as water.
    • It is impossible to determine / calculate what the density of Pluto is.
  • Question of

    Who discovered planet Pluto?

    • Percival Lowell
    • Clyde William Tombaugh
    • Johannes Kepler
  • Question of

    Which statement is correct?

    • Planet Pluto is an interior planet.
    • Planet Pluto is a superior planet.
    • Pluto can only be seen without binoculars on a dark night, when there is no moonlight.

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