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Planet 9 may not be a planet




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"What if Planet 9 is a primary black hole?" This is the title of a new book on the mysterious gravity source at the end of our solar system, Business Insider reports. Posted on Tuesday by arXiv, the document suggests that an unseen source – some call it Planet Nine or Planet X – may actually be a small, original black hole. This obviously fits in with what scientists see out there, 20 times farther from Neptune, where the ice pieces have their oval orbit in the so-called Kuiper Belt. Authors Jakub Scholz and James Unwin, both doctors of physics, urge us to look at the notion of a relatively near black hole.

"By focusing only on the concept of the planet, you are limiting the experimental demand you are undertaking," Unwin tells Gizmodo. "Once you start thinking of more exotic objects, like primary black holes, you think different ways." It is said that such a black hole may have flown when it is in orbit of our solar system. For the record, the original black holes are theoretical objects that may have been created shortly after the Big Bang. And this one would be small, with a mass approximately 5 to 1

5 times the size of the Earth and the size between a wallet and a bowling ball. The document has not been verified, but it is still a thought. (Meanwhile, our galaxy has a strangely huge hole.)

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