Largest Unnamed Solar System Body Spied By Space Telescope
Dwarf planet 2007 0R10 was visible to NASA’s Kepler Space Telelescope for 16 days in 2014 and the imagery was compiled by a group of astronomers. Surprisingly, they found that 2007 0R10 is 955 miles (1535 km) in diameter; larger than previously thought. In comparison: Pluto is 1475 mi (2374 km) and Eris is 1445 mi. (2326 km).
By: Video From Space.