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[b]DWARF PLANETS[/b] [i]By Woof.[/i] 2. This "C"-initialed dwarf planet, the only one located in the asteroid belt, is named for the Roman goddess of agriculture. 4. The discovery of this, the largest of the dwarf planets and named for the Greek goddess of discord, led to the declassification of Pluto as a planet. 6. Though no longer considered a planet, Pluto has 5 moons, including this largest of them, named for the ferryman who carried souls across the river Styx. 8. This ring of small asteroid-like objects beyond the orbit of Neptune may be home to more than a dozen not-yet-classified dwarf planets. 10. This very, very distant dwarf planet was named for the creator deity of the people of Easter Island.
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