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Satelites Collision Family
- Haumea's Red Spot - A large red spot on Haumea's oblong surface, possibly a crater. It could represent a spot with even higher concentration of crystalline ice as the rest of the surface or it could represent irradiated minerals or organic matter.
Haumea in the NewsEdit
- Discoverer wanted more data before announcing, one moon already known.
- Possibly larger than Sedna, and largest known at time, but discovered just before Eris.
Moon Discovered (Jan 2005)Edit
Second Moon Discovered (Dec 2005)Edit
First Kuiper Belt Collision Family Identified (Mar 2007)Edit
Named Haumea in Dispute (Sep 2008)Edit
Haumea's Moons are Pure Ice (Apr 2009)Edit
Haumea Studies (Jun 2009)Edit
Red Organic Spot Discovered (Sep 2009)Edit
Radioactivity May Power Crystalline Ice at Surface (May 2011)Edit
How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had It Coming Book (Jan 2011)Edit
Eris Could Be as Small as Pluto (Dec 2010)Edit
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