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Rogue planet may be lurking beyond Neptune!?

 
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Rogue planet may be lurking beyond Neptune!?
New study: Rogue planet may be lurking beyond Neptune — Nibiru?

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Richard A. Lovett in Timberline Lodge, Oregon

for National Geographic News

Published May 11, 2012

An as yet undiscovered planet might be orbiting at the dark fringes of the solar system, according to new research.

Too far out to be easily spotted by telescopes, the potential unseen planet appears to be making its presence felt by disturbing the orbits of so-called Kuiper belt objects, said Rodney Gomes, an astronomer at the National Observatory of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro.

Kuiper belt objects are small icy bodies—including some dwarf planets—that lie beyond the orbit of Neptune.
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Rodney Gomes says the new planet could be anywhere from half to four times the size of Earth and is likely a rogue planet that floated over from another solar system. Other space scientists say Gomes\' findings may be a lot of hot air and aren\'t sure his calculations support his theory.

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Are we in danger from a rogue planet?

[link to blogs.discovermagazine.com]

free-floating planets in the Milky Way may outnumber planets orbiting stars, and even be more numerous than stars themselves. It’s an amazing result! The most likely scenario is that these planets formed in solar systems similar to ours, but got ejected due to gravitational interactions with other planets in the system. These planets get literally tossed out into space, wandering the galaxy forever
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Re: Rogue planet may be lurking beyond Neptune!?
its all BS if it were true it would be on TV
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Rogue Planet \'Nomads\' May Outnumber Stars In Milky Way

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In a new study from the University of Buckingham’s Centre for Astrobiology, the researchers argue that these rogue planets are present in large enough quantities that they do explain all of the ‘missing mass’ of galaxies.

Recent studies have estimated that a few billion such planets could be in the galaxy. The authors of the new study think that the number could be up to a hundred thousand billion, of these free floating planets, in the space between stars.

[link to planetsave.com]
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great post, OP. 5 stars.
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If these inhabited, free-floating planets exist, they could have been a vehicle for bringing the seeds of life to Earth. If the planet came within about 0.01 light-years of Earth, it could even be observed from the ground, Abbot and Switzer suggested.

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great post, OP. 5 stars.
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Thank you! cheers
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Re: Rogue planet may be lurking beyond Neptune!?
Our solar system might have once had an extra gas planet

[link to io9.com]
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its all BS if it were true it would be on TV
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yea because they would want us to know right...
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June 2012: Do billions of rogue planets drift through space?
This month’s issue of Astronomy magazine asks how many planets unassociated with stars wander through space, brings you inside the world’s most powerful machine, explains how to view June’s rare Venus transit, takes you on a journey to observe and image the southern skies, reviews two all-sky cameras, and more.

[link to www.astronomy.com]
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its all BS if it were true it would be on TV
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It was on the news, at least in America. This new discovery is about to come, if media find time between austerity mesaures, crisis, wars, debt,...

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Not that is directly related but, interesting to know that Russia’s Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) has proposed a special federal program to neutralize space threats
[link to en.rian.ru]
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Russia to Start Own Search for Extrasolar Planets

“It is an interesting research, which should be pursued,” Zelyony said. “It will also help us look at our Solar System from a different perspective.”

[link to en.rian.ru]
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its all BS if it were true it would be on TV
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Re: Rogue planet may be lurking beyond Neptune!?
National Geographic explains that, \"a planetary-mass solar companion\" is a planet that orbits very far out from the sun but that\'s massive enough to be having gravitational effects on Kuiper belt objects.\"

[link to news.nationalgeographic.com]


NASA released this amazing video that shows just how close the 43-foot asteroid 2012 JU came to Earth the other day — within 118,000 miles, or about half the distance to our own Moon.
[link to io9.com]

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Re: Rogue planet may be lurking beyond Neptune!?
its all BS if it were true it would be on TV
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WRONG!! Your apparently uneducated when it comes to this type of thing. The media isn't going to cover something like this. Why? Well, for one.. the government has put a 'blackout' on the subject which pertains to ALL mainstream media outlets. They can't and wouldn't let information out, about a possible E.L.E. too far before the "event" were too take place. Why? Well, use your brain for a second.. I realize it might be hard for you to do so.. considering the comment you just made.. but, the fact is.. is if they were to publicly announce such information.. it would cause MASS hysteria, chaos and riots and God knows what else.

So please, if you don't know what your talking about... leave the subject alone. Thanks.
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Re: Rogue planet may be lurking beyond Neptune!?
What about Zecharia theory?
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Re: Rogue planet may be lurking beyond Neptune!?
Didn't they discover a planet a year or more ago already? I remember it being named Tyche. Something like 50,000 AU's away

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love this video , 5stars
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Didn't they discover a planet a year or more ago already? I remember it being named Tyche. Something like 50,000 AU's away
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