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Last week, I learned about Pluto Time care of VSauce. This is the time of day at which the brightness of the Sun is the brightest it ever appears on Pluto, and that equates to around sunrise and sunset. While the Sun is about 1000x dimmer on Pluto than on Earth, the Sun still brightens Pluto at noon (Pluto time) about 300x more than our Moon brightens Earth.
Do you have nothing better to do than learn your Pluto Time? Then go here: https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/dwarf-planets/pluto/plutotime/. My next Pluto Time is at 8:01 pm tonight.
And there it is. You can certainly read a book in this light.
I bet it gets really dark on Pluto.
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