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Q&A May it be that there are more than 8/9 planets in our solar system?

1 answer  ·  posted 9mo ago by deleted user  ·  last activity 9mo ago by Canina‚Ä≠

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#4: Post edited by user avatar deleted user · 2022-01-17T21:09:03Z (9 months ago)
  • May it be that there are more than 8/9 planets in our solar system which aren't detectable with the current technologies?
  • Is there any theory suggesting that our solar system has more planets, all just "too dark" due to their proximity from the sun or "too hidden beyond other objects" due to their respective locations?
  • May it be that there are more than 8/9 planets in our solar system which aren't detectable with the current technologies?
  • Is there any theory suggesting that our solar system has more planets, all just "too dark" due to their proximity from the sun and/or "too hidden beyond other objects" due to their respective locations?
#3: Post edited by user avatar deleted user · 2022-01-17T21:08:42Z (9 months ago)
  • May it be that there are planets beyond the area of the theoretical planet 9?
  • May it be that there are more than 8/9 planets in our solar system?
  • May it be that there are planets beyond the area of the theoretical planet 9 which aren't detectable with the current technologies?
  • Is there any theory suggesting that our solar system has more planets, all just "too dark" due to their proximity from the sun?
  • May it be that there are more than 8/9 planets in our solar system which aren't detectable with the current technologies?
  • Is there any theory suggesting that our solar system has more planets, all just "too dark" due to their proximity from the sun or "too hidden beyond other objects" due to their respective locations?
#2: Post edited by user avatar deleted user · 2022-01-17T21:07:09Z (9 months ago)
  • May it be that there are planets beyond the area of the theoretical planet 9? which aren't detectable with the current technologies?
  • Is there any theory suggesting that our solar system has many more planets, all just too dark due to their proximity from the sun?
  • May it be that there are planets beyond the area of the theoretical planet 9 which aren't detectable with the current technologies?
  • Is there any theory suggesting that our solar system has more planets, all just "too dark" due to their proximity from the sun?
#1: Initial revision by user avatar deleted user · 2022-01-17T21:06:21Z (9 months ago)
May it be that there are planets beyond the area of the theoretical planet 9?
May it be that there are planets beyond the area of the theoretical planet 9? which aren't detectable with the current technologies?

Is there any theory suggesting that our solar system has many more planets, all just too dark due to their proximity from the sun?