V101 Science presents “What Would It Be Like to Stand on Pluto?”
The dwarf planet is the largest known object in the Kuiper Belt. The surface is relatively new, and is occasionally graced with methane snow when it is retreating from closer approaches to the Sun (which can be closer than Neptune). The surface has areas of white, black and dark red, because of the ultraviolet hitting the methane.
There may be a subsurface ocean in some areas, which could conceivably have life.
The documentary shows how large the similar moon Charon looks in the sky.
Triton, a moon of Neptune, is similar to Pluto.
Wikipedia embed of NASA image of Pluto, note the crimson color, click for attribution.