Does our solar system have a SUPER EARTH? Cluster of rock at its edge hints at existence of an enormous planet

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
By Paul Martin

Researchers have discovered a dwarf planet called 2012 VP113
It was spotted orbiting in a similar formation with up to 900 other objects
Discoveries were made on the edge of our solar system in the Oort cloud
The similar orbits suggest a larger planet, dubbed a Super Earth because of its size, may be creating a shepherding effect on these objects

By Victoria Woollaston
DailyMail.com
26 March 2014

A huge planet ten times larger than Earth may be orbiting the sun at the edge of our solar system.

Researchers have discovered a dwarf planet called 2012 VP113, along with up to 900 other objects, are orbiting in a similar formation.

This suggests that a larger planet, dubbed a Super Earth because of its size, may be creating a shepherding effect pulling these objects around with it.

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