Pluto has an atmosphere, but it is frozen solid on the surface. When the heat from the sun is measured in Kelvins on PLuto; I find it hard to believe
hat it could undergo global warming. There just simply isn't enough heat to globally warm Pluto.
Were on earth necro99 did u get the idea of a hollow space in between ? Have u ever heard of something like that before ?
To clarify, the temperature is so cold ( below -200C ) that all the gasses freeze on the surface; like ice or snow here.
Maybe the surface is getting warmer due to some sort of chemicle reaction? But... If the surface is getting warmer, why isn't the atmosphere getting
heated up as well? It should upon contact with the surface....
This content community relies on user-generated content from our member contributors. The opinions of our members are not those of site ownership who maintains strict editorial agnosticism and simply provides a collaborative venue for free expression.