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. Its closest approach to the sun is seven times farther than Neptune, or 200 astronomical units (AUs).
Orbital calculations suggest that Planet Nine, if it exists, is about ten times the mass of Earth and swings an elliptical path around the Sun once every 10,000–20,000 years. It would never get closer than about 200 times the Earth–Sun distance, or 200 astronomical units (au). That range would put it far beyond Pluto, in the realm of icy bodies known as the Kuiper belt.
originally posted by: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
This is another planet on the outskirts of our solar system, not Nibiru or Planet X.
originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
a reply to: UnknownEntity
I'm sorry but calling every newly discovered planet "Planet X" is like playing pin the tail on the donkey.
The solar system extends far beyond Pluto and sadly there is a reason why it was demoted to a dwarf planet because there are other planets that have been discovered over decades-none of them were Planet X despite claims that they were.
originally posted by: UnknownEntity
This is huge indeed...they cannot hide Planet X anymore! That is why, in main stream media, they have started officially releasing information on Planet X.