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File:Iau dozen.jpg

English: List of 12 Planet candidates per the IAU 2006 draft proposal XXVI (See the discussion page for copyright release by the creator.)

The listed planetoids:
Haumea (2003 EL61) and Makemake (2005 FY9) have already been promoted to dwarf planet status.

Still pending candidates from this image are: Sedna, Orcus, Quaoar, 2002 TX300, 2002 AW197 Varuna, Ixion, Vesta, Pallas, Hygiea
Date 2006-08-16 (first version); 2007-07-23 (last version)
Source Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is/was here. Transfer was stated to be made by User:Dvyjones.
Source (as of 2009):
Author (IAU/NASA) Martin Kornmesser. Original uploader was Serendipodous at en.wikipedia Later version(s) were uploaded by Jrockley, PDH, Quoth, Son, Thecolemanation, Jknobull, Planetary, Smtp, Ryulong, Ebuz610 at en.wikipedia.
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