After Eris, Makemake follows.
Makemake is a dwarf planet, located in the Kuiper belt and was discovered in March 2005.
It was discovered by Michael Brown and the Palomar Observatory team.
Makemake has a low brightness, and in the Kuiper belt it has the 2nd place, after Pluto in brightness.
Makemake is quite a distance from the Sun, somewhere at approx. 52 AU (astronomical units).