No, The planet Pluto is uninhabitable. Its temperature may range from between -396 °F to -378 °F (-238 °C to -228 °C, or 35 K to 45 K). The average temperature is -393 °F (-236 °C = 37 K). Note that the temperatures on Pluto are nearing the bottom. Absolute zero, -273 Celsius, does not mean that molecules simply stop moving, but means that they lack the energy to transfer to other kinds of 'systems'. Pluto would never be able to be inhabited at these kinds of temperatures.