Tag: Sedna

New Theory About Trans-Neptunian Objects Fails To Completely Debunk Planet Nine

A new theory suggests gravity of smaller space debris could explain the strange orbits of Sedna and other trans-Neptunian objects. Here's why it failed to debunk the existence of Planet Nine.

Space June 7, 2018

Pink dwarf planet named after Joe Biden, proves we know very little about our solar system

Discovery of the pink dwarf planet 2012 VP113 is raising more questions than it is answering.

Space March 30, 2014

2012 VP113 - how does it size up to other dwarf planets

Dwarf planet VP113 is the newest member of our planetary system known to humans. So, how does it compare to other dwarf planets?

Space March 28, 2014

Dwarf planet 2012 VP113 discovered at edge of solar system

A frozen pink world has been found, orbiting far beyond the orbit of Pluto. Here's what we know about it so far.

Space March 27, 2014

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