Largest Unnamed Solar System Body Spied By Space Telescope | Video

Dwarf planet 2007 0R10 was visible to NASA's Kepler Space Telelescope for 16 days in 2014 and the imagery was compiled by a group of astronomers. Surprisingly, they found that 2007 0R10 is 955 miles (1535 km) in diameter; larger than previously thought. In comparison: Pluto is 1475 mi (2374 km) and Eris is 1445 mi. (2326 km). (Full Story)

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