Something big flies behind the orbit of Pluto at a great distance from the planet and the Sun
Watching the Oort belt, scientists have discovered far beyond the orbit of Pluto something Grand, it`s a huge object. The discovery was made on October 2 and the news is already known In the center of the minor planets of The international astronomical Union.
Scientists were looking for in the Kuiper belt dwarf planet, and found something more interesting, some scientists find dubbed as" not yet open world", which by weight can be about 10 terrestrial. Even it is difficult to imagine what kind of object scientists have discovered, it can be a rocky planet and even just a huge gas ball, anything.
Found this grandiose and remote world so far theoretically, on a direct object so far it was not possible to see any of the known ways. At this time, the theme in dense busy scientists from the Carnegie institution. What this Institute is doing is a great job of studying the farthest corners of the Solar system.
Scientists from NASA believe that everything that is now in the area of the Oort belt, all these particles, which will eventually lead the scientific world to the discovery of Planet X.
One of the previously discovered objects called 2015 TG387, it has a width of 322 km, to it from the Sun about 12.7 billion km, it`s about how to fly from the Sun to Pluto and return back. If you believe the scientific community, somewhere out there, for Pluto dozens of such small objects rotates in their complex orbits. They are there clearly present, but to find them there at such a great distance is very, very difficult task. In order to detect the 2015 TG387 took the effort of three telescopes on the Ground. One was looking from the highlands in Chile, the other was looking from the mountain in Hawaii, and another one was working in desert Arizona. Several telescopes were needed to confirm the presence of a new object in the specified location.
Scientists usually look for one thing and find another. Looking for here for example planet X, and found an additional 12 satellites from Jupiter, a trifle so to speak, but nice. Scientists have calculated the orbit of 2015 TG387 and came to the conclusion that the object 2015 TG387 affects the mysterious planet X. Probably not far off the time when it finally opened and many telescopes will direct to the point of its location their lenses and then we at least get a photo of the long-awaited and the most mysterious object in the near space.
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