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Ixion

Ixion

28978 Ixion is a plutino (an object that has a 2:3 orbital resonance with Neptune). It is considered very likely to be a dwarf planet, although the IAU has not officially classified it as such. Light-curve-amplitude analysis shows only small deviations, which suggests that Ixion is a spheroid with small albedo spots and hence a dwarf planet. Tancredi (2010) thinks that Ixion is a very probable plutoid. Its diameter of 650 km estimated by Spitzer makes it about the fifth largest plutino. It is moderately red in visible light and has a surface made of a mixture of tholin and water ice.

It was discovered on May 22, 2001. Ixion was discovered by the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory (807). It is named after Ixion, a figure from Greek mythology.

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