The largest object in the classical Kuiper belt, Pluto is still small enough to t in the space between Elysium City and Airy-0 Crater on Mars. The dwarf planet holds a few valuable nuggets of heavy metals in its rocky core, for anyone willing to mine through hundreds of kilometers of ice to get to it. Pluto is accompanied by Charon, broadly called its moon, but the two are a binary object, pirouetting around a shared point in space. Pluto and Charon support a small group of mining colonies, mostly independent, who alternate from allies to enemies and back again on the turn of the cosmic wind. Pluto has a small number of moonlets, which is where entrepreneurs go to die when they can’t compete.