Planet 9, NASA, Kuiper Object, Ultima Thule
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There is a world beyond our universe and the planet which scientists think can become the part of our solar system is Planet 9, it is beyond our reach but it is believed that it can be the ninth planet of our sun. According to the research, Planet 9 is said to be bigger than our Earth. Not just bigger but it is said to be 10 times bigger. It is observed that the Kuiper objects join together as it proves now that such big planets like Planet 9 may attract objects because of its higher gravity.

Planet 9, NASA, Kuiper Object, Ultima Thule
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Planet 9 was first introduced in 2016 by the astronomers at the California Institute of Technology also known as Caltech are observing the planet since then. The mind behind Planet 9 is Professor Michael Brown as he is the one who studied the object closely and came up with the thesis on the object. Professor Brown revealed that he expects a lot form the planet and wants to know more about Planet 9’s orbit of the Sun as he conveyed his views on a live radio show.

Planet 9 researcher  Linda Moulton Howe of Coast to Coast AM conveyed, “If we knew exactly where it was, we wouldn’t have to be inferred, we would just go look at it and say: ‘Look there it is.’ So, we don’t know exactly where it is because all we know is its long-term gravitational effect on these other bodies. We know its orbit pretty well and we know the orbit pretty well because of all these computer simulations, which show if it’s not massive enough it doesn’t affect the outer solar system. If it’s too massive, it destroys the outer solar system. If it’s not tilted the way we think it’s tilted, it doesn’t tilt the objects the way they’re tilted. So, all these details we can infer from the detailed computer simulations we’ve been doing.”

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