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New Planet Nine evidence may finally solve the riddle of the mysterious existence

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IS Planet Nine real? Is it a super-Earth-sized world? And will it usher in the apocalypse? We may be closer to answering all those questions thanks to a new discovery.

While astronomers have yet to dig up evidence of the planet, they've found another indirect link of its existence in the form of a newly spotted space rock.

The small solar system body has a wonky orbit that the boffs claim can only have been triggered by a bigger planet hiding out in the galaxy, reports Quanta.

Planet Nine is a gigantic icy planet believed to be ten times larger than Earth and 20 times farther away from the sun than Neptune.

Conspiracy theorists recently claimed that a similar world called Nibiru was going to plunge into Earth on April 23 and trigger a Biblical-level apocalypse.

But that obviously didn't happen.

And while Nasa has said that it's "closing in" on Planet Nine, it has repeatedly denied Nibiru's existence, even branding it a falsification.

The space agency has also put forth five bits of evidence for the existence of the mysterious world.

Some of these clues relate to the gravitational tug of Planet Nine, which appears to be disturbing the distant Kuiper Belt, which is populated with icy objects and stretches from Neptune out into deep space.

Now astronomers are claiming that they've pinpointed another distant world, which could be as large as a dwarf planet, with a skewed orbit that may have been steered by Planet Nine.

“It’s not proof that Planet Nine exists,” David Gerdes, an astronomer at the University of Michigan and a co-author on the new paper, told Quanta.

“But I would say the presence of an object like this in our solar system bolsters the case for Planet Nine.”

The space rock, dubbed 2015 BP519, orbits at a 54 degree angle in comparison to nearly every other celestial body in the inner solar system.

Gerdes and his colleagues spotted the object in data from the Dark Energy Survey: a project investigating the acceleration in the expansion of the universe.

The boffs claim they didn't expect to unearth the space rock, but (as it turns out) another duo of scientists had already predicted it.

Two years back, Konstantin Batygin and Michael Brown – the astronomers at the California Institute of Technology who first speculated Planet Nine’s existence – spoke of the peculiar orbits of the Kuiper belt objects.

They said that a ninth planet must be herding those distant worlds into their wonky trajectories.

Could it be Planet Nine? We still don't know for sure, but discoveries like these mean it's only a matter of time till we get a concrete resolution.

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