Wonders of The Dwarf Planets
By: Ben Meyer, Cristian Moreno, and Jayro Perales
A dwarf planet is a celestial body orbiting a large star. Dwarf planets are naturally found in the outer solar system. Some notable dwarf planets are Pluto, Makemake, Eris, Haumea, and Ceres. Most dwarf planets are close to a circular shape.
Dwarf planets appear similar to the solar system's eight planets. But are smaller. They also orbit the sun.
Dwarf planets are larger than both asteroids and comets.