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Dwarf planet discovery hints at a hidden Super Earth in solar system

Posted on March 27th, 2014 at 12:49 by John Sinteur in category: News -- Write a comment


The latest work has already thrown up an intriguing possibility. The angle of the body’s orbit and that of Sedna’s are strikingly similar, an effect most likely caused by the gravitational tug of another, unseen body. One possibility is a “Super Earth” that traces so large an orbit around the sun that it has never been seen.

  1. Wow! An new planet that we’re never going to see. I think we should name it. My suggestion is that we could could call it the Leveson Enquiry, after the report on the war crimes of Tony Blair and George Bush, because it’s something else not likely to see the light of day. In the meantime all we have is the Leveson Musical: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UurG_AWcXM

  2. Ooops, I have confused the Leveson enquiry with the Chilcott cnquiry, Leveson has been published, Chilcott has not.
    Its planet Chilcott we are not going to see, also there is no musical for this one.

  3. @pete: Secret enquiries that we don’t need to know about,explaining that an illegal war was conducted somewhere?

    But the video was time well wasted…Mr. Murdoch looks more like the Mekon every time I see him!

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