Got ‘Planet Nine’ cousin | Direct science

Got 'Planet Nine' cousin |  Direct science

A massive exoplanet discovered to orbit a binary star 336 light-years away could provide clues to a mystery close to home.

In the distance The Solar System, Beyond Neptune, is a cluster of icy celestial objects known as intense trans-Neptune objects that move in unexpected ways. Some astronomers believe that these objects respond to the gravitational pull of a still unknown planet. Planet Nine, Which revolves Very, very far away. Others think bizarre objects respond to the overall traction of other small objects rather than a large planet.

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