Counter-order, the Nine Planet does not exist

'Planet 9' might really be a gang of asteroids shooting comets at us

On June 4 during a news conference, Ann-Marie Madigan said: "The picture that we are having in our mind is somewhat like a lot many little moons are present in the solar system, and they are floating around the solar system and also interacting with the comets".

Some scientists have theorized that a planet about 10 times the size of Earth in the outer solar system is responsible for perturbing the TNOs' orbits. "We can solve a lot of these problems by just taking into account that question", she explained. On the mysterious and hypothetical celestial body that could be on the borders of the solar system, beyond the orbit of Neptune, everything has been said so far and the opposite of everything.

The basic argument for Planet 9 is that the similarly unusual (or unusually similar) orbits of this (relatively) massive group of objects implies they've been acted upon by a still-larger object. To further reshuffle the cards on the table today comes a new study conducted by the experts of the University of Colorado at Boulder and presented during the 23rd Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, according to which the gravitational anomalies detected at the edges of the solar system, those for the fact they had suggested the existence of the Planet Nine, would be attributed instead to the internal dynamics of a cluster of space debris orbiting the Sun "colliding" with each other along its own trajectory. Possible separate object is Sedna, the perihelion of which is two times beyond the orbit of the eighth planet.

As the Inquisitr last month, these objects have a tilted orbit that makes them wobble out of the plane of the solar system and engage in long, elliptical trips around the sun.

To date, researchers have discovered more than 2,300 bodies beyond Neptune's orbit - but astronomers were previously unable to explain why dwarf planets like 90377 Sedna are so far removed from the sun. Caltech's Konstantin Batygin, for one, does not think the Kuiper Belt objects have enough mass to pull minor planets and asteroid out of their orbit.

An artist's rendering of Sedna, which looks reddish in color in telescope images. "This cycle could wind up shooting comets toward the inner solar system-including in the direction of Earth-on a predictable timescale".

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'These orbits crash into the bigger body, and what happens is those interactions will change its orbit from an oval shape to a more circular shape'. But because the largest objects are hurled into the most eccentric orbits, they become more hard to find, the researchers said.

Planet Nine has not been confirmed, however, and all attempts to find it have been fruitless.

A new theory put forward by scientists can both explain this odd behaviour of dwarf planets as well as possibly explain the fate of dinosaurs, notes the report.

'While we're not able to say that this pattern killed the dinosaurs.

"You see a pileup of the orbits of smaller objects to one side of the sun", said Fleisig, who is the lead author of the new research.

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