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Could dark energy find a hidden world in our solar system? ‘Planet Nine’ may be uncovered by the end of SUMMER

  • US astronomers said in January they may have found a ninth planet(planet x)
  • Earth-Saturn distance measured by Nasa’s Cassini used to narrow search
  • But Nasa scientists now say there has been no such tug on spacecraft 
  • The Dark Energy Survey (DES) could still help find the planet soon

In January, Caltech astronomers Professor Konstantin Batygin and Professor Mike Brown predicted the existence of what they, somewhat controversially, termed ‘Planet Nine’.

They used mathematical modelling and computer simulations to find the planet would exactly explain a strange clumping behaviour of a group of dwarf planets in the Kuiper Belt, a field of icy objects and debris beyond Neptune.

The unknown world, dubbed ‘Planet X’ by others, is thought to be 10 times more massive than Earth and the furthest planet from the sun – but its exact location is unknown.

Since the prediction, researchers over the world have been using different instruments to hone in on the planet.

In January, Caltech astronomers Professor Konstantin Batygin and Professor Mike Brown predicted the existence of what they, somewhat controversially, termed ‘Planet Nine’. Since the prediction, researchers over the world have been using different instruments to hone in on the planet. Artist's impression pictured

In January, Caltech astronomers Professor Konstantin Batygin and Professor Mike Brown predicted the existence of what they, somewhat controversially, termed ‘Planet Nine’. Since the prediction, researchers over the world have been using different instruments to hone in on the planet. Artist’s impression pictured

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The claim is the strongest yet in the centuries-long search for a “Planet X” beyond Neptune. The quest has been plagued by far-fetched claims and even outright quackery. But the new evidence comes from a pair of respected planetary scientists, Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, who prepared for the inevitable skepticism with detailed analyses of the orbits of other distant objects and months of computer simulations. “If you say, ‘We have evidence for Planet X,’ almost any astronomer will say, ‘This again? These guys are clearly crazy.’ I would, too,” Brown says. “Why is this different? This is different because this time we’re right.”

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