Haumea is featured as a shining oval in a deep blue background, where also the the two moons are depicted (Left image taken by Anna-Lena Rågfälts).

The dwarf planet Haumea was discovered in 2003 and got its name from a hawaiian goddess. It is different from many other similar bodies in that it rotates very fast, one turm in 4 hours, which may have caused it elongated form (ellipsoid). Two moons, Hi’laka och Namaka, circles around the planet and the three bodies, featured by Heléne Ecström, are found in 2047 Science Centre, Borlänge.