My Very Educated Readers Just Served Us Some New Planet Mnemonics - The New York Times
Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope have found a tiny, dark moon circling the dwarf planet Makemake, a Pluto sibling in the solar system’s distant Kuiper Belt.
Astronomers discovered a tiny, coal-black moon hiding in the glare from the distant dwarf planet Makemake.
Makemake of the Outer Solar System Illustration Credit: European Southern Observatory Explanation: Makemake is one of the largest objects known in the outer Solar System.
A new face has been added to the solar system's family portrait: Scientists have discovered a new dwarf planet looping around the sun in the region beyond Pluto.