Where are the Dwarf Planets? Interactive live map

Interactive Live 3D Map of all known dwarf planets: Ceres, Haumea, Makemake, Eris and Gonggong. Pluto is sometimes also classified as a Dwarf planet.

Where are the Dwarf Planets?

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*This Interactive 3D Simulation is built on data provided by NASA JPL HORIZONS database for solar system objects and International Astronomical Union’s Minor Planet Center. Distances and speeds are estimates based on this data.

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