Talk:Moons of Haumea

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Haumea-Hi'iaka eclipse data from 2009[edit]

Found Namaka 6 hrs later than it is supposed to be. But it is transiting across the face of Haumea. Also found Namaka a 2nd night. Also 6 hrs late. -- (2010 Aug 19 Mike Brown and Emily Schaller at Nordic Optical Telescope in the Canary Islands)

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Small categorization problem[edit]

The category hierarchy is:

  1. Category:Astronomical objects discovered in 2004
    1. Category:Haumea (dwarf planet) (1 C, 5 P)
      1. Category:Moons of Haumea (3 P)
        1. Moons of Haumea

The problem is that Moons of Haumea were discovered in 2005, not 2004. What's the standard procedure for fixing something like this, if it's worth fixing? I'll post this at WP:ASTRO in a few days, if no response here.   ~ Tom.Reding (talkdgaf)  00:24, 14 January 2016 (UTC)