Dwarf planets

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(2/-1) This "C"-initialed dwarf planet, the only one located in the asteroid belt, is named for the Roman goddess of agriculture.6504
(4/-2) 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.43224
(6/-3) 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.5748
(8/-4) 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.48417
(10/-5) This very, very distant dwarf planet was named for the creator deity of the people of Easter Island.13551

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