A 10th planet has been discovered in our solar system, and that has been confirmed by the Hubble telescope. This new planet is larger than Neptune, and in particular is vastly superior to Pluto. This discovery is an important step forward in the exploration of our solar system and allows us to have a deeper look at the universe.
This discovery was confirmed by the Hubble telescope – one of our most important telescopes. This telescope was placed in space in 1990 and provided us with the first images of the universe and our solar system. With its high resolution and visibility tһгoᴜɡһoᴜt the day and night, Hubble has enabled scientists to make important discoveries about our universe.
This new planet, temporarily called “planet number 10” in our solar system, is a very special planet. It was discovered using data from Hubble, and was later confirmed by scientists at Caltech University and the University of Arizona.
According to scientists, this new planet is much larger in size than Pluto. While Pluto has a diameter of about 2370 km, the new planet is up to 3200 km in diameter. This is especially important because Pluto was once considered the largest planet beyond Jupiter’s distance in our solar system.
This new planet also has a very noticeable difference. It has a very lopsided orbit, with an inclination of up to 30 degrees relative to the plane of the solar system. This is especially important because it makes this planet different and ᴜпіqᴜe.