Pluto, the god of the underworld.
The ninth planet out from the sun is a rogue, and considered by some to not even be a planet.
Pluto's orbit is eccentric, tilted about 17° from the Planetary Disk
(the plane on which all other planets orbit the sun);
and elliptical, its solar distance varying by almost 50%
- Pluto is closer to the Sun than Neptune fir about 20% of its year.
Pluto has one moon, Charon, locked in a mutually geosynchronous orbit
- that is, they always show the same face to each other,
just like how we only ever see one side of our own moon (this is most likely a magnetic attraction).
As, from our moon, the Earth is always in the same part of the Lunar sky;
such is the view from these worlds, of their nearest neighbor.
From Pluto, the Sun at high noon is only as bright as it is on Earth at about a half hour after sunset
- still the brightest star in its sky, but there are many close contenders, like a stray comet.