New Large Object Discovered Past Pluto - Universe Today
Image credit: Hubble Astronomers have discovered a new object far past the orbit of Pluto. Dubbed Quaoar, the object is 1,200 km across (approximately 1/10th the size of the Earth), and orbits the sun once every 288 years. Although the object is half the size of the Pluto, it probably won’t be considered a new … Continue reading "New Large Object Discovered Past Pluto"