Eris is the farthest dwarf planet from the sun.
Eris is the farthest official dwarf planet from the Sun as of 2017. However, there are hundreds of objects farther out than Eris which may be dwarf planets.
No, Eris isn't a planet, it is a dwarf planet. See the related question "What is a dwarf planet?" for more details on the differences. Eris is the largest known dwarf planet in the solar system and the ninth-largest body known to orbit the sun directly. No Iris is a satellite.
No, Eris is a dwarf planet, and is larger than Pluto and farther from the Sun.
Planet: Neptune at 30 AUDwarf Planet: Eris at 67.67 AUThe farthest planet from the sun is Neptune. The farthest dwarf planet from the sun is Pluto. The planet, Pluto is no longer considered a planet because of its size.
Eris is the most distant planet from the sun. Eris is roughly 96.4 AU from the sun and three times smaller than Pluto.
Eris orbital period is around 557 years.
The time Eris takes to orbit the Sun is about 557 years.The length of Eris's orbit around the Sun is about 60 billion kilometers
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Cerus (dwarf planet ), Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto (dwarf planet) and Eris (dwarf planet)
Cold, it's the furthest dwarf planet from the Sun (that we know about)
It is currently in orbit and has been since it was created.