An astronomer said he knew about the orbit of the Planet X fridid, also known as the ninth planet; our Solar System, although there are no known observations of the hypothetical star.
Planet X is a theoretical world that would have about ten times the Earth's mass, turning the far end of the Solar System, at the Kuiper Belt.
According to the tabloid Express, the fact that this invisible planet would be so great would explain why it seems that some celestial bodies of the Beliper Belt are tied together as if they were experiencing the gravity of a great planet.
The first ninth planet was suggested in 2016 by astronomers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in the USA. Professor Michael Brown, who invented the original star theory in question, is sure that scientists are not far from discovering the theoretical planet of the end.
During an interview, Michael Brown revealed he was very optimistic about identifying the Planet X orbit.
"If we knew exactly where [Planeta X] we wouldn't have to deduce, we'd look at it and say, 'Look, it's.' "
"We don't know exactly where it is, because all we know is its long gravity effect on other bodies. T […] We know his orbit is very good because of all these computational simulations, which show, if it wasn't huge enough, that the Solar System would not affect the external, "he adds.
"So we can deduce all these details from the detailed computational simulations we've made," he said.
According to the astronomer, Planet X follows an elliptical orbit far beyond the edges of the Kuiper Belt – whose closest proximity to the Solar System measures seven times the distance from the Sun to Neptune. Because of these incredible distances, the severity of the ninth planet does not affect anyone else, let alone Earth.
The Kuiper's Space is an area of highly populated space by rocky asteroids and other icy bodies of Kuiper Vaccine Objects (KBOs).
NASA estimates show that if this planet existed, the Earth would take 10,000 to 20,000 years to the Sun orbit.
"The existence of this remote world is currently only hypothetical, and there is no direct observation of the object called 'ninth planet' to do," says agency t US space.