by BadAstro, Disclose.tv
Planetologists have obtained detailed photos of the areas in space in which, from a hypothetical point of view, the mysterious ninth rogue planet of the solar system is located.
According to US astronomer Michael Brown, the photographs will help to discover the giant planet.
“We were able to spend seven full observation days. If there is ‘planet X’ out there, it will in the data collected. It covers 85 percent of the area in space where the planet is supposed to be,” the researcher said.
At the beginning of January 2016, Michael Brown and his colleague Konstantin Batygin announced that they had calculated the state of a mysterious ‘planet X’ – the ninth planet of the solar system.
This planet is said to be 41 billion kilometers away from the Sun and has a mass about ten times greater than that of the Earth.