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Dwarf Planets Poster

   

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Dwarf Planets Poster Information

Poster comes in one size - 43cm x 60cm / 17in x 23.6in.
Posters are printed on high quality "Photo-Matt PP" paper and laminated on both sides. They can be washed with a wet rag and detergent and are near tear-proof.
Discounts available for schools, teachers and museums on orders of 5 or more. We can also print custom sizes. Email us on Contact page for more details.

 

Ceres Dwarf Planet Information:

Perihelion: (Closet to the Sun) 381,419,582 km
Scientific Notation: 2.545 AU
Aphelion: (Furthest from the Sun) 447,838,164 km
Scientific Notation: 2.987 AU
Equatorial Radius: 487.3 km
Mass: 943,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
Sidereal Rotation Period:

(Length of Day)
Earth days 0.3781 / 9.0744 hours
Sidereal Orbit Period: (Length of Year)
4.6 Earth years: / 1679 Earth days
Min./Max. Surface Temperature: -106°C/-34°C
Scientific Notation: 167 K/239 K
Satellites:(moons) none

 

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Ceres Image Notes:

Discovered on January 1st, 1801 by Giuseppe Piazzi. On September 13, 2006 it became what we now call a, “dwarf planet”. Previously it was classified as a asteroid.

 

Pluto Dwarf Planet Information:

Perihelion: (Closet to Sun) 4,436,824,613 km
Scientific Notation: 29.658 A.U.
Aphelion: (Furthest from the Sun) 7,375,927,931 km
Scientific Notation: 49.305 A.U.
Equatorial Radius: 1,151 km
Mass: 13,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
Sidereal Rotation Period: (Length of Day) 6.387 Earth days / 153.3 hours
Sidereal Orbit Period: (Length of Year) 247.92 Earth years / 90,553 Earth days
Min./Max. Surface Temperature: -240°C/-218°C
Scientific Notation: 40/50 K
Satellites: 3

 

Pluto Dwarf Planet Notes:

First discovered on February 18th, 1930 by Clyde W. Tombaugh. Reclassified as a dwarf planet on August 24th, 2006.

 

Haumea Dwarf Planet Information:

Perihelion: (Closest to Sun) 5.194.000.000.000 km
Scientific Notation: 34.721 AU
Aphelion: (Furthest from Sun) 7,710,000,000,000 km
Scientific Notation: 51.544 AU
Equatorial Radius: 996 km
Mass: 4,200,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
Sidereal Rotation Period: (Length of Day) 0.163146 Earth days / 3.915504 hours
Sidereal Orbit Period: (Length of Year) 283 Earth years / 103295 Earth days
Min./Max. Surface Temperature: <-223°C
Scientific Notation: < 50 K
Satellites: 2

 

Haumea Dwarf Planet Notes:

First discovered in December 2004 by a team led by Mike Brown. Accepted as a dwarf planet on September 17, 2008. (folowing not on poster) Haumea is rotating so fast that it gets streched out.

 

Makemake Dwarf Planet Information:

Perihelion: (Closest to Sun) 5,760,800,000,000 km
Scientific Notation: 38.509 AU
Aphelion: (Furthest from Sun) 7,939,700,000,000 km
Scientific Notation: 53.074 AU
Equatorial Radius: 750 km
Mass: 4,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
Sidereal Rotation Period: (Length of Day) UNKNOWN
Sidereal Orbit Period: (Length of Year) 309.88 Earth years / 113,106.2 Earth days
Surface Temperature: -243°C
Scientific Notation: 30 K
Satellites: none

 

Makemake Dwarf Planet Notes:

Discovered on December 28, 2004 by a team led by Mike Brown. Accepted as a dwarf
planet on September 17th, 2008.

 

Eris Dwarf Planet Information:

Perihelion: 5,650,000,000 km
Scientific Notation: 37.77 AU
Aphelion: 14,600,000,000 km
Scientific Notation: 97.56 AU
Equatorial Radius: 1300 km
Mass: 16,700,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg
Sidereal Rotation Period: (Length of Day) Unknown
Sidereal Orbit Period: (Length of Year) 557 Earth years / 203305 Earth days
Min./Max. Surface Temperature: -243°C/-218°C
Scientific Notation: 30 K / 55 K
Satellites: 1

 

Eris Dwarf Planet Notes:

First discovered on January 5, 2005 by a team led by Mike Brown. Accepted as a dwarf planet on September 13, 2006

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