On September 8, scientists from Kundai University in Japan discovered a hidden planet in the solar system, especially in the Kuiper belt. They achieved this as a result of some signals they received for some time, which are believed to be from this planet, which may be similar to Earth.
It is a trans-Neptunian object or TNO as its acronym in English, and these are astral objects, they are asteroids, comets, planets etc., whose orbit is located partially or completely beyond the orbit of planet Neptune. There are also some specific subdivisions of that space, named after the aforementioned Kuiper belt and Oort cloud.
How is this planet similar to Earth?
Before talking about this cosmic object, it is worth mentioning that the Kuiper belt is one of the most impressive locations in the solar system and is home to many stars and planets. According to researchers, it is estimated that this planet may be number 9 in the system, however, it is rejected that it may have life.
As a result of this, as discussed by the experts from the University in charge of conducting this research and the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, who found the cause of the anomalous movement made by the objects in the Kuiper Belt, it is that It is highly unlikely that this planet, even if it is the same as Earth, can serve as a substitute when the end is near.
In addition to this, the very low temperature, which is already considered ice in this area, makes the life of this star impossible. However, this study that continues to work to learn more about the solar system and discover things that may not be known within the location where the planet of life is located.
It should be explained that at the moment everything is a theory and many tests, studies etc. are needed to conclude that it is the number of the planet 9 in the solar system, which manages to be the replacement of Pluto, which they left behind in some year. to be categorized as a planet, a decision that has become controversial in the scientific world and the world population in general.