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Largest Objects in the Solar System Besides Moons

Can you name the largest astronomical bodies that don't need a big planet to tell them what to do?
By mass; not volume.
Many objects have not been observed enough for a proper estimate to be made
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Last updated: October 2, 2019
First submittedSeptember 29, 2019
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Mass (kg)
Class
Answer
1.988435 × 10^30
Star
Sun
1.899 × 10^27
Planet
Jupiter
5.6846 × 10^26
Planet
Saturn
1.0243 × 10^26
Planet
Neptune
8.6832 × 10^25
Planet
Uranus
5.9742 × 10^24
Planet
Earth
4.8685 × 10^24
Planet
Venus
6.4185 × 10^23
Planet
Mars
3.302 × 10^23
Planet
Mercury
~1.6 × 10^22
Dwarf Planet
Eris
Mass (kg)
Class
Answer
1.305 ± 0.007 × 10^22
Dwarf Planet
Pluto
4.4 × 10^21
Dwarf Planet
Makemake
4.2 ± 0.1 × 10^21
Dwarf Planet
Haumea
~3 × 10^21
Trans-Neptunian Object
90377 Sedna
~2 × 10^21
Trans-Neptunian Object
50000 Quaoar
9.5 × 10^20
Dwarf Planet
Ceres
~6.2 × 10^20
Trans-Neptunian Object
Orcus
~5.9 × 10^20
Trans-Neptunian Object
20000 Varuna
2.7 × 10^20
Asteroid
4 Vesta
~2.6 × 1020
Scattered Disc Object
15874 1996 TL66
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Jun 25, 2022
Nice quiz