The astronomers, suspected of having a hidden planet called "Planet X" or "Planet Nine," cause delicious objects and journeys that they eat beyond Neptune. They would look to the glittering and mysterious world.
In a 92-page paper published in Physics Reports, a Caltech research team describes X X's existence's existence and a closer and closer thinking than previously thought.
Only a decade of Pluton was the only planet among the planet's ninth planet, which was only destroyed by many dwarves, an intriguing paper was published. One of the astronauts "Pluto-murder" and his alumni. He proposed a more hypothetical and invisible hypothesis Even at the edge of the solar system.
"Basically, three years ago, he knew that the Kuiper Belt's orbits were very close together," Konstantin Batygin, midfielder of the duo, told me by email Tuesday. "And we could prove with the help of computer simulation, that the only reasonable reason for the cluster was Planet Nine."
The idea is that remote objects are causing the gravitational force of a large planet that is being orbited in an outer space of the solar system by reference to Batygin.
Now Batley's CalTech, former Michael Brown ("PlutoKiller"Social media") and Fred Brown and Juliette Becker have updated us from University of Michigan readers. And if their theory is without water, we will determine how we see our sunny system.
"Our new, theoretical and numerical efforts suggest that we estimate the parameters of Planet Nine in the original paper," says Batygin.
The new analysis paints the image of a planet five times the Earth mass and is about 400 astronomical units (AU). For comparisons, Pluto is about 40 AU. The authors also concluded that the hidden planet may be a super-earth rock, rather than a huge gas. But the prospects for habitability are clear as long as the sun would be at such a distance.
"This analysis does not say anything that is directly about whether Planet Nine is a hypothesis," Brown said Caltech's planetary astronomy professor.
Paper also plans to face criticisms of Planet Nine's hypothesis and alternative explanations of Kuiper Belt's rigorous observation. For example, Batygin and colleagues do not convince the theory of competitors, a massive landfill platform beyond Neptune to explain the jewels of remote Kuiper Belts objects and Objects that are invisible objects.
"A new planet proposed by the independent line to prove the strongest argument for the Nine Planet will explain the same properties, in other words, Planet Nine is real, not just one." Co-authored by Fred Adams.
If Planet X exists and as this paper describes, it will also be a key part of our solar system.
The catalog of known exoplaneta around other stars has spread rapidly over the last decade, and it is becoming increasingly clear that our system is not quite common. This is because super-rock rocks are common in many other places, but it is still not in our solar system.
"Planet Nine is a window to the properties of a typical planet of nearby galaxies," explains Batygin.
But X will accept the whole speculation on the planet.
"Viewing real images of Planet Nine is a fully electrifying day," he says. "Although Planet Nine's astronomy is a great challenge, I think it's very optimistic for the next decade to make the image."