By: Corbyn Alexander
And again Haumea is the third closest dwarf planet to the sun and is located beyond the orbit of neptune. It has about 1/3 the mass of pluto and was discovered by 2004 by a team from Caltech at the Palomar Observatory in the United States in a project headed by Mike Brown. However, Haumea was also "discovered" in 2005 by a team headed by J. L. Ortiz at the Sierra Nevada Observatory in Spain - a claim which has been contested.
You can recognize Haumea because of its elongated shape. This makes it the least spherical of all the dwarf planets.
How big it is
Hiʻiaka and Namaka are Haumea moons