Astronomers are excited and announced that a small and financial project has made the world's first discovery. For the first time, astronomers have detected a 13 km radius body at the edge of the solar system. The size of kilometers, such as bodies, has been predicted for more than seven decades, but it has been discovered for the first time.
Scientists say these objects are a vital step in the early amalgamation of the wind and ice and of the big planet we now know. The Edgeworth-Kuiper Belt is a collection of celestial bodies smaller than Neptune.
Pluton former Pluto is the most famous of these objects. These remote bodies are kept in the Solar System, the orbit in a cold and dark place. For example, objects have been predicted, but too small, and small, have also been the highest telescopes for direct observation. Astronomer of the National Astronomy of Japan Astronomer, Ko Arimatsu, has used the technique of discovery.
The technique continues with a large number of stars and sees the shadow of an object that passes through a star. In a Japanese school, the gang used 28 cm small telescopes to control 2,000 stars of 60 hours per hour. After analyzing the data, a 1.3 km radius object was blocked as if it were an event consistent with a star.
The group says that this discovery allows planetesimals to grow into theories of thousands of sized objects before the planet begins to grow. The band intends to explore Edgeworth-Kuiper Belt in the future and Oort Cloud wants to explore it in the future.