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Thread: Simulations searching for the planet alleged to be #9

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    Default Simulations searching for the planet alleged to be #9



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    Default Re: Simulations searching for the planet alleged to be #9

    Thanks n_FA. I don't understand why they can't find this supposed planet. If they know the gravitation effects the should be able to find it. Like Neptune and Pluto. I am probably to simplistic, but Oh well.
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    Default Re: Simulations searching for the planet alleged to be #9

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    Thanks n_FA. I don't understand why they can't find this supposed planet. If they know the gravitation effects the should be able to find it. Like Neptune and Pluto. I am probably to simplistic, but Oh well.
    Problem is, it doesn't emit it's own light like a star. So we are dependant upon reflected sunlight, and being that far away from the light source, it will be small and very dim.

    The gravitation effects narrow down the area of the haystack to search, but trying to pick out the small dim dot in a field of countless other small dim dots will be arduous. And, on top of that, it will be an excruciatingly slow mover.
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    Default Re: Simulations searching for the planet alleged to be #9

    Exactly. Searching for this puppy is not going to be any fun at all.
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    Default Re: Simulations searching for the planet alleged to be #9

    Thank you for posting this link nFA.
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    Default Re: Simulations searching for the planet alleged to be #9

    Much more difficult than a needle in a haystack!
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    Thank you two for the explanation.
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