While the majestic planets are languishing deep in the bad seeing of poor altitude for us in the Northern Hemisphere, the dwarf planets Haumea and Makemake are up at excellent altitude. This week, I've made a few attempts to image them and my main challenge is getting the precise pointing to capture them in-frame. However, I succeeded in photographing Makemake twice, allowing for this blink GIF.
The images were captured from my white zone in San Francisco on May 11 and May 14 with a Celestron 9.25" SCT and an ASI-1600mm using 10-second exposures; due to clouds, the second image used only about 15 useful frames vs. 50 for the first one.
With luck, I should get Haumea in the same fashion soon. As a very easy mnemonic for whether these objects are in view or not, they are relatively close to Arcturus, for the next few decades, anyway.