The vast expanse of our solar system. There are still many things that are mysterious. The dwarf planet Eris is one of these mysteries. Because this star is hidden at the far edge of Neptune. But this dwarf planet has eluded exploration.Directly since its discovery in 2005
The dwarf planet Eris is about 2,325 kilometers in diameter, slightly smaller than Pluto. But they stand out because they have a higher density of rocks. This makes it 25% larger than Pluto, according to astronomers at the University of California, Santa Cruz, in the United States. The mysterious nature of Iris has recently been revealed. After studying the orbital movements of Eris and its moon Dysnomia, this makes it possible to discern important details about the internal structure and composition of the rouge. Unlike Pluto, Eris has an ice-covered ocean beneath its surface, astronomers say. Because Iris is rich in rocks. Indicates a history of significant heat exposure. Iris is expected to come under heat at some point. This caused the rock to sink into the center of the star and also indicates that there is no liquid ocean inside Eris.
Iris is named after the Greek goddess of division. It revolves around the sun at an average distance of 68 times that of the Earth, and to complete a full revolution around the sun, it took 557 years, and the moon Dysnomia was named after the mythical daughter of the goddess Eris. It plays a role similar to Earth’s moon. In terms of influence on the orbit of the parent planet.
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