Cold and Alone on Pluto
A dwarf planet stuck at the fringes of the solar system, Pluto is about 3.7 billion miles from the sun. It must get very lonely. And also very, very cold. Average temperatures hover around -390 Fahrenheit, only one degree warmer than Neptune's frigid moon, Triton, and only 70 degrees warmer than absolute zero, a temperature so cold it's essentially impossible. There are a lot of places to die, but none of them are as lonely and sad as Pluto, where you would die the most existentially crippling death in the solar system.