Astronomers have found the most distant dwarf planet in our Solar System yet discovered. Known as VG18, this distant world is being called Farout by astronomers, due to it great distance from the Sun, roughly 120 times further away from our parent star as the Earth. Observations reveal this body, roughly 500 kilometers (or 300 miles) in diameter, has a pink surface, suggesting the world is covered in ice. Astronomers in Hawaii discovered the world while searching for a ninth planet, which some astronomers believe waits to be found in the far reaches of the Solar System.Read More Farout! Most Distant Dwarf Planet in Solar System Found – and it’s Pink!