It may be a planet that is hiding in the remote limits of the solar system. And the astronomers have clearly explained that they have published new details that are really there.
According to a new article published on Feb. 10, published in Physics, Planet 9 is probably about five to ten times the mass of the earth. And probably, 400 times the Earth's distance is long in the orbit that goes over the sun. This orbit is also likely to be between 15 and 25 degrees in the main orbit of our solar system, most of the planet's orbit.
The existence of Planet Nine, as the sister of Live Science, reported to Space.com, is an idea among astronomers since it was seriously proposed for the first time in 2014. The researchers suspect the existence of the planet as a result of the objects of Kuiper Beltan, an outer ring of the solar system. These objects will unite together, which is why they are thinking of gravity for something that is happening.
And the evidence has been stronger. Published in another article, published on January 22 in The Astronomical Journal, several authors of the Physics Report report calculated the probability of Planet Nine from 1 to 500. [Amazing Astronomy: Victorian-Era Illustrations of the Heavens]
Everything that is suspected of the existence of a dark planet is not as authentic. The good news is that this new study suggests that Planet Nine is considerably closer to thinking about it. But astronomers still need to find a lot.
Physics Reports, however, do not have the planet on the planet. However, due to the strong current evidence, this option has been "taken seriously".
On the other hand, the alternative alternative is the fact that the image of humanity of the Kuiper Belt is incomplete and the clusters of the objects appear to be detected. Also, the authors have suggested that Kuiper Belt's clustering of results of "self-objects" "self-gravitational" results do not create a hidden body of the hidden planet.
However, astronomers have convinced Planet Nine's evidence in recent years. Now, in spatial detail, significant progress is being made.
Originally posted Live Science.