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Caltech Astronomers Claim They Know Where to Look in the Sky to Find 'Planet Nine'
News 18 | 01/09/2021 02:58 PM | Click to read full article
Two astronomers at the California Institute of Technology, have plotted the probability distribution function of the orbit of Planet Nine- a hypothetical planet that lies beyond Neptune in our solar system and could have a mass six times of Earth. Astronomers Mike Brown and Konstantin Batygin have been working for five years to find the Planet Nine.
After the five years of their proposition, they now know where to look in the sky to find Planet Nine.