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The article stated it was out of telescope range.Are you saying that pan-starrs could or could not observe it? Theoretically speaking.
Too far out to be easily spotted by telescopes
Originally posted by stereologist
Nothing in the article has any effect on any of the Nibiru debunking. The object is not a star. The object is at the limit or just below the sensitivity of Project-PAN STARRS. The object has an effect on far out Kuiper belt objects. The effect is a change in their orbits. This hypothetical object never enters the orbits of the known planets.