Big KBO Discovered

New world may be double Pluto's size, New Scientist

"An object possibly twice the size of Pluto has been found - hiding in plain sight. The discovery could be the biggest world in the Kuiper belt of rocky objects that orbit the outer reaches of the solar system."

- Near Infrared Spectra from Mauna Kea of the New Brightest Kuiper Belt Object (abstract), 37th DPS Meeting, 4-9 September 2005
-BrightTrans-Neptunian Object, CSIC
- 2003 EL61, Caltech

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