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yeah, I was thinking more of a space telescope, I've seen the hubble images of pluto and like yourdadonapogos said they look pretty much like giant pixels

 

It would take a telescope with an aperture of about 32,000 in. to resolve objects as small as 5 km on the surface of Pluto.

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From my astronomy adventures, I don't think that you can "see" anything beyond Saturn. When they start to turn into dots on conventional (affordable) telescopes, it simply becomes absurd to observe them. Pluto is certianly out of the question.

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