Scientists Discovered Second Most Distant Dwarf in Outer Solar System

Using data from the Blanco telescope at the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in Chile, scientists have discovered the second most distant dwarf planet beside Eris, the previously detected dwarf. The dwarf planet 2014 UZ224 is named DeeDee and is 395 miles or 635 km in diameter. It needs 1,100 Earth years to orbit the Sun.

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