Have Scientists Finally Discovered the Ninth Planet?

IMG_0090It seemed as though there was a piece missing from the solar system when Pluto got declassified as a planet and reclassified as a dwarf planet instead. Since then, several other Pluto-like bodies have been discovered beyond the orbit of Neptune, but none that qualify as being a planet, unfortunately. However, all is not lost as more recently indirect evidence points to a Uranus-sized planet lurking near the outer edge of the solar system. This possible ninth planet has an estimated mass of around 10 times that of the Earth, making it slightly smaller than Uranus. But indirect evidence is not enough to prove its existence. To do this, we need to be able to observe it…….Read More