Once it seemed Saturn was unique in having a magnificent ring system. But we’ve since found it is not alone, and now another world has revealed that it too is a ring-bearer, IFL Science reports. That world is Haumea, a dwarf planet located 50 times further from the Sun than Earth, beyond the orbit of Neptune. In this position, it is known as a trans-Neptunian object (TNO), one of four dwarf planets in this region we know to exist. It’s the first dwarf planet or TNO we’ve found with a ring. The discovery, published in Nature and led by Jose Ortiz from the Institute of Astrophysics of Andalusia in Granada, Spain, suggests rings are more commonplace in the Solar System than we thought. We’d…