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Along the last 10 years we have seen gradually unfolding more interesting evidence that suggest our solar system is not a look like ring or disk of planets orbiting around a star, as it was believed for centuries but possibly something similar to a cloud of electrons around a nucleus of an atom, new celestial bodies, even with their own moons have been found spinning and orbiting around the sun, but not in the same plane of the other known planets.
New dwarf planets have been discovered in orbits that are not coplanar with the orbits of the known planets,and scientists are convinced there is something larger beyond them, a so called planet IX, but alternatively it can be claimed that something else may be orbiting in the other way around closer to the sun on the same new orbital planes.
This open the possibility that large worlds orbiting closer around to our Star may also exist, remaining undetected, were Never found before by classical astronomy looking exhaustively and almost exclusively on the ecliptic plane, that was the one scientists know certainly has already multiple planets.
These new discoveries that are reshaping our understanding of the solar system seem to be an unknown variable not considered in 1971 by CETI, Communication With Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CETI), a conference held at the Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory, Yerevan, USSR, 5-11 September, 1971 where Scientists of many countries evaluated all the variables that determine a possible communication with extraterrestrial intelligences. The principal product of that conference is a well known equation that model such an event and that was extensively published by Carl Sagan written report of it.
Universities and Astronomy research institutes are confirming through computational data that under considerations of alteration of orbits of other planets, planetoid or asteroids it is felt a gravitational pull that only a planet as large as ten times the earth orbiting beyond Neptune can cause.
And his is not a lone voice. Alan Stern, a planetary astronomer at the Southwestern Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado, has been saying for years that there could be another large planet out there. Just how large became clear last month when Mario Melita from Queen Mary, University of London, and Adrian Brunini from the University of La Plata, Argentina, published a paper on the very same anomaly (Icarus, vol 160, p 32). They used computer models of the orbits of nearby objects to pin down the kind of celestial object that could carve out the Kuiper Cliff and concluded that a planet about the mass of Mars or Earth would provide “a remarkable match” with the observations.
The interesting point is that if planet IX exists, it would not be the only body orbiting in a different plane that the ecliptic, as a matter of fact we have already discovered other objects on alternative orbital planes around the sun.
Pluto that is now considered as a dwarf planet do so. Also it was the dwarf planet Eris, that has one moon Dysnomia, that is rather larger than Pluto and about three times farther away from the Sun. Eris was first spotted in 2005, and after other dwarf planets have been discovered orbiting in elliptical orbits not coplanar with the ecliptic, as Sedna, 2012 VP113 and the Goblin observed first time in 2015.
Goblin is the third minor planet to have been found in the outer solar system, following the discoveries of Sedna and, recently, another object called 2012 VP113. And this region, which once appeared to be cold, dark and empty now appears to be a rich collection of exotic and extreme objects.
Only two known solar system bodies have more-distant perihelia than The Goblin does (2012 VP113 and Sedna), and only one (2014 FE72) has a greater aphelion distance. (For perspective: Pluto never gets closer to the sun than 29.7 AU, or farther away than 49.3 AU.)
MORE The mythical “Planet X” may actually be real, and scientists are calling it “Planet Nine.” Astronomers have found evidence for a planet 10 times more massive than Earth in the far outer solar system, orbiting about 20 times farther from the sun than distant Neptune does. “This would be a real ninth planet,” one of the researchers, Mike Brown of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, said in a statement. “There have only been two true planets discovered since ancient times, and this would be a third. It’s a pretty substantial chunk of our solar system that’s still out there to be found, which is pretty exciting.” [Evidence Mounts for Existence of ‘Planet X’ (Video)] Advertisement This potential “Planet Nine” has not yet been observed. But Brown and his colleague, Konstantin Batygin, also of Caltech, are inferring its likely existence based on modeling work and the weird orbits of a number of small objects in the faraway Kuiper Belt, which lies beyond Neptune.
An unknown world might lurk in the distant reaches of our solar system beyond the orbit of Pluto, according to a new computer model. The hidden world — thought to be much bigger than Pluto based on the model — could explain unusual features of the Kuiper Belt, a region of space beyond Neptune littered with icy and rocky bodies. Its existence would satisfy the long-held hopes and hypotheses for a “Planet X” envisioned by scientists and sci-fi buffs alike.
If that IX planet is finally found and observed using any kind of instruments should open the door to an entire new understanding of our solar system, having new no coplanar planets with the known ones may debunk the principal criticizing from the scientific community to the UFO phenomena supporters and researchers that there is no way to achieve interstellar trips to explain those sightings as a visitation of aliens civilizations.
Astronomers from the Australian National University are investigating four unknown objects, each of which could be a candidate for a new, as yet unknown planet in our own solar system.
The thread is open to discuss the implications of the discovery of other planes of orbits of actual planets around our sun for the considerations of existence of intelligent life in the outer space.
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edit on 10/4/2018 by The angel of light because: (no reason given)