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'10 planets or more' within our solar system

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GoldenRabbit

Interesting thanks for posting

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jarjarbinks

so one rotation each 10 000 or 20 000 years. DO you think it could still be close enough to change something on the earth and bring some ice age ?

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Imaginarynumber1
4 minutes ago, jarjarbinks said:

so one rotation each 10 000 or 20 000 years. DO you think it could still be close enough to change something on the earth and bring some ice age ?

Of course not. It's out beyond Pluto.

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woopypooky

one of them might be planet nibiru or planet x

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Waspie_Dwarf
4 hours ago, woopypooky said:

one of them might be planet nibiru or planet x

Nope, because Nibiru does not exist.

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paperdyer

For "Planet 9" to affect the orbits of the Kuiper belt objects wouldn't the mass of the planet have to be much greater than Neptune considering how far out it must be to have such a long orbital year?

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