A mysterious Dwarf Planet at far end of our Solar System

A Dwarf Planet – DeeDee – has been discovered to be orbiting at the far end of our Solar System. It is found to be two-third size of Ceres, which is the largest member of our asteroid belt and has orbit second only to Eris, taking around 1.100 years to complete just one lap of the Sun. It takes about 13 hours for the light to reach Earth, and is 92 astronomical units away from Sun.

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