Smaller Than The Largest Dwarf

On the National Geographic website, there’s an article about poor Pluto being found less rotund than Eris:

“The beleaguered former planet has been dwarfed again by a new study that finds its neighbor Eris is significantly bigger.

That makes Eris—formerly known as 2003 UB313 and then Xena—the largest so-called dwarf planet in the solar system.”

So, the big winner here is Eris. I mean, in an article about Eris, she’s the largest dwarf. How much more Erisian can you get than being officially a competitive contradiction?

Hail Eris! Kallisti!