If you haven’t heretofore heard of the mysterious Planet X—so-called because it is said to be a newly discovered yet ancient tenth planet for our solar system—believe me, you will very soon. Doomsayers are predicting the marauding planet’s elliptical orbit will bring it near to the earth and navy intel is predicting the great lakes will merge into one, causing huge flooding.
Caltech researchers have found evidence suggesting there may be a “Planet X” deep in the solar system. This hypothetical Neptune-sized planet orbits our sun in a highly elongated orbit far beyond Pluto. The object, which the researchers have nicknamed “Planet Nine,” could have a mass about 10 times that of Earth and orbit about 20 times farther from the sun on average than Neptune. It may take between 10,000 and 20,000 Earth years to make one full orbit around the sun.
A hypothetical undiscovered planet in the solar system, whose supposed orbit lies beyond that of the outermost planet known; (originally) that identified as the ninth planet and named Pluto; (later) a hypothetical planet or planets beyond Pluto.