Eris is named after the Greek goddess Eris he was in charge of warfare and stealth
I heard from resources that we are not sure why Eris was called Eris.
Eris was named after the Greek goddess of discord and strife.
The dwarf planet Eris was named after the Greek goddess of discord.
Eris is named after the goddess Eris, a personification of strife and discord.
Yes, Eris has one moon. It is called Dysnomia. It was named after the daughter of the goddess Eris.
Eris has a moon named Dysnomia.
Eris is named after the Greek Goddess Eris, who was the goddess of strife and discord.
Its name come from a goddess in the ancient Greek and Roman mythology. It's named after the goddess Eris god of chaos.
She is not. Eris is a Greek goddess - I can not find a Roman god to which you might be referring.
Greek goddess of strife and discord.
Eris,s color is green it takes Eris 557 earth year to have a whole cyle around the moon its planets name is called dysnomia the planets named after Eris,s daughter dysnomia Eris is a dwarf planet.
The Kuiper Belt dwarf planet Eris has one known moon, named Dysnomia.
Eris is another dwarf planet that is sometimes called Pluto's twin. All though, it is slightly bigger than pluto. It was named after Eris, the Greek goddess of Discord.
Ceres was named for the goddess of agriculture Pluto was named for the god of the underworld Eris was named for the goddess of strife and discord
Before it was officially named, Eris was nicknamed Xena.
Eris is the Greek goddess of strife but her Roman counterpart is named Discordia.
in total there are 5 at this moment that are officially named, Pluto, Eris, Ceres, MakeMake and Haumea
Eris is in the kuiper belt
No, there is absolutely no wind on Eris.
Eris is the goddes of strife
no Eris does not have any volcanoes
No. Eris is a dwarf planet.
Eris is classified as a dwarf planet. Eris was discovered January 5, 2005.