According to NASA, The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Pluto has a day that lasts 6.4 times as long as a day on Earth.
View a day in the life of Pluto here:
These images and others like them reveal many details about Pluto, including the differences between the encounter hemisphere and the so-called “far side” hemisphere seen only at lower resolution. Dimples in the bottom (south) edge of Pluto’s disk are artifacts of the way the images were combined to create these composites.
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