That's part of a docu discussing the down grading of Pluto from Planet to Dwarf Planet or Kuiper Belt Object.
The object that they are discussing in your just under 4 minute clip is 2003 UB313.......which was renamed as
Eris. A dwarf planet bigger than Pluto, but only 2326 km in diameter.
If any Kuiper Belt object were to match (at list a little bit) Nibiru, that would be 2003 VB12, also known as
90377 Sedna which has a very long, eccentric orbit. At it's furthest it goes out to 937 AU's
(that's 840 AU's further than Eris goes. That is a LOT further). The closest it comes to the sun is 76 AU's (only 20 AU's closer than Eris
furthest point). It's orbit takes 11,400 years to complete (compared to Eris which is only 558 years). It's pretty small too, with a diameter of
less than 1,000 km.
the new 'moons' thing is interesting. odd, even. seems like they just appeared out of nowhere.
"On Wednesday (July 11), researchers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope announced the detection of P5, a tiny moon measuring just 6 to 15 miles (10
to 24 kilometers) across. P5 brings Pluto's known satellite tally to five, and it comes just a year after Hubble spotted moon number four, the
similarly diminutive P4.
These two recent discoveries show that the Pluto system is more crowded than scientists had thought."
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