Is there a Planet X?

Is there a Planet X?

Planet X myth debunked. March 16, 2014 by Jean-Louis Santini. The hunt for Planet X began after Uranus (pictured) was first discovered in 1781 with astrologers hoping it could explain the wobbly orbit of Uranus around the sun. It was an elusive planet that for 200 years appeared to explain Uranus’s wobbly orbit.

What will happen when Planet X hits Earth?

Within months, Planet X will reach the inner regions of the solar system, disturbing the eclipses of the planets and bombarding us with comets. In May, it will pass Earth, missing it only at a few hairs’ lengths. Or, well: hitting us at full force, perhaps. And that will be it.

Is planet X bigger than Jupiter?

The results were published in the most recent edition of The Astrophysical Journal. Most theories had estimated Planet X to be up to four times the size of Jupiter—the biggest planet in our solar system.

What do you call the 11th planet?

Some call it Nibiru, or Marduk. Others named it The Ottawa Object, or Vulcan, or Transpluto. But most people prefer X, just X. `Planet X , to be precise. Planet X is the supposedly eleventh planet of our solar system.