Is there another planet in the solar system?

Discussion in 'Intellectual Talk' started by Jason76, Feb 28, 2019.

  1. Jason76

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    EUROPA is the only small satellite that has Ice on it and chances of some sort of minerals and possibly survivable climate. And it's size is smaller than our own moon. So possibly any other planet you heard of are part of conspiracy theories.
     
  4. Jason76

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    How about Planet Snowflake? Is that out near Pluto - cause I heard it's cold? :nailbiting:
     
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    I thought that was impossible - practically. I mean, the closest one was always thought to be in another solar system - impossible to reach.
     
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  8. Dagex

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    Well, we have heard about Pluto not being the 'Ninth-Planet' in our Solar System as it's a Dwarf-Planet. So I find it very unlikely for there to be another Planet somewhere in our Solar System.

    I'm not sure if you're joking or not. Nibiru, as far as I know doesn't really exist(It might but either I'm too lazy to listen to anymore of that nonsense or there's not enough evidence released to the public). Nibiru disturbed and scared a lot of people but seeing as it hasn't happened then it can't really exist.

    I also find it unlikely for Nibiru to be the 'Ninth-Planet'. There really is no evidence to prove that. Nibiru would most likely be a Planet that came from some other part of Space. If it was in our Solar System, it would most likely be orbiting around our Sun, just like all of the other Planets.
     
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    It's a joke lol

    Also, Eris is the tenth planet. But, the astonomers didn't want to promote it to planet, so they changed the 80 year old definition of "planet" and created the definition of dwarf-planet just so Pluto wouldn't be demoted to asteroid.
     
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  10. Andrew84

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    A rogue planet in our solar system is not impossible but it would have nothing to do with sitchins 'Nibiru' fairy tale