|Minor Planet Designation||19521 Chaos|
|Provisional Designation||1998 WH24|
|Orbital Period||307 years|
|Distance from the Sun||Semi-Major Axis: 6,802,867,338 km (45.47 AU)|
Perihelion: 6,133,596,658 km (41.00 AU)
Aphelion: 7,472,138,018 km (49.95 AU)
|Rotation Period||3d 23h 38m|
|Parent star||The Sun|
One of the objects described as cubewano, a cloud of planetoids circling the Solar System beyond the orbit of Neptune in the region known as the Kuiper Belt. Chaos takes its name from Greek mythology, where it signified the void from which the first gods emerged.
Chaos pursues a rather eccentric orbit, at distance from the Sun varying between about forty and fifty AU (an orbital distance approximately comparable with that of Pluto, though unlike Chaos, Pluto's more eccentric orbital path brings it at times within that of Neptune).
Though its nature is not well known, Chaos' diameter can be estimated at some 600 km. This makes Chaos rather small for a potential dwarf planet: in fact it is only about half the diameter of Pluto's moon Charon.