It is called "orten, 2007"... It lies right at the outer edge of the solar system and it is the third biggest dwarf planet in the Kuiper Belt.Recently, a new satellite was discovered orbiting the planet. The discovery was made by the hubble and kepler telecsopes and was published by the national aeronautics and space administration in astrophysics magazine.Scientists have revealed that the dwarf planet, which completes a full rotation in 45 hours, was around 1,528 kilometers wide in diameter. The size calculated for its satellite is 402 kilometers.Although it travels in an eccentric orbit similar to pluto's, orten 2007's distance to the sun is estimated to be around three times further. According to reports, nine dwarf planets have been discovered in the Kuiper Belt.