Does Planet 9 Exist?

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  • Published on Sep 13, 2019
  • A planet has been predicted to orbit the sun with a period of 10,000 years, a mass 5x that of Earth on a highly elliptical and inclined orbit. What evidence supports the existence of such a strange object at the edge of our solar system?
    Huge thanks to:
    Prof. Konstantin Batygin, Caltech
    Prof. David Jewitt, UCLA
    I had heard about Planet 9 for a long time but I wondered what sort of evidence could support the bold claim: a planet at the very limits of our ability to detect one, so far out that its period is over 60 times that of Neptune. The planet 9 hypothesis helps explain clustering of orbits of distant Kuiper belt objects. It also explains how some of these objects have highly inclined orbits - up to 90 degrees relative to the plane of the solar system. Some are orbiting in reverse. Plus their orbits are removed from the orbit of Neptune, the logical option for a body that could have ejected them out so far. The fact that the perihelion is so far out suggests another source of gravity was essential for their peculiar orbits.
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Comments • 8 939

  • HeyIt'sBaert
    HeyIt'sBaert 10 hours ago +1

    I immediately recognized Konstantin from the planetary series on NOVA.

  • Eonwulf
    Eonwulf 23 hours ago

    So are all of these properties not just caused by the rotation of the supermassive blackhole at the center of our Milky Way Galaxy? To me it seems like our system's orbit around the center of our galaxy is what is affecting the orbits of the bodies of our solar system. This creates a trail of celestial bodies around the sun as it itself orbits the Milky Way center. That's just what it seems like to me, a layman. Does anyone know if the biased orbital direction is the tangent of the orbit of our sun around the galaxy?

  • Enigma Group
    Enigma Group Day ago

    Who is the moron who cannot count? Pluto was repromoted back to full planet status a couple years ago and there is in addition 5 objects allocated to the planetoid status that Pluto was temporary allocated. Any way you cut it any additional planets is beyond 9 so kind of a major goof asking about "Planet 9"

  • ONE (Eileen Colts)

    Yes. It's called Planet 10, Planet X or Nibiru. Pluto will always be the 9th Planet whether officially recognized or not.

  • Meghan Oxley
    Meghan Oxley 2 days ago

    don't know what ur all laughing about this seems very serious?

  • It's legal to think
    It's legal to think 2 days ago

    This a purely theoretical, just like relativity and other bogus sciences

  • Mal Wynn
    Mal Wynn 2 days ago

    What about Hubble? A telescope that's able to see light years away, and we are so curious to wonder if there is a 9th planet.

  • Humphrey Hogan
    Humphrey Hogan 2 days ago

    Now of course he could be making all this up, just to impress and pick up "hot" Hooters chicks for a good time, on the internet and where they "work".

    :)

  • Aamer Zaido
    Aamer Zaido 2 days ago

    Ohhh, Please save us from science and scientists!

  • Maureen Sinisi
    Maureen Sinisi 2 days ago

    Thousands of years in the future new planets will be discovered and will be an undeniable truth.

  • The Arcadian
    The Arcadian 2 days ago

    Is any 'planet' actually a planet?

  • Hudson Weatherson
    Hudson Weatherson 2 days ago

    Why do I feel like these guys have their offices at opposite ends of the university lol

  • Liam Kalla
    Liam Kalla 3 days ago

    could be another earth on the opposite side of our earths elipse, so we never can see it?

  • Da' Memes
    Da' Memes 3 days ago

    Yeah its called "Pluto"

  • Sam Cananua
    Sam Cananua 3 days ago

    Yes it does exist
    But it is hidden, under the disk.
    The flat disk.
    The reason for not ever getting a photo

  • Denis Laurin
    Denis Laurin 3 days ago

    Yes planet 9 does exist, it's called PLUTO!

  • Mind Max
    Mind Max 3 days ago

    I'm curious, if Planet 9 does exist and if it does orbit close enough to the sun, how would it affect the oceans of the Earth? Is there a correlation with such an orbit with the dating of ice ages on this planet?

  • Nicholas Brown
    Nicholas Brown 4 days ago

    Now ask them the real question - Is planet 9 a black hole - hint. It is.

  • pop corn
    pop corn 4 days ago

    According to some scientists planet 9 could be a primordial black hole

  • xBulletFan2091x
    xBulletFan2091x 4 days ago

    GIRUGAMESH

  • Daraly_ IsGacha
    Daraly_ IsGacha 4 days ago

    I know im only 9 years old but, you should search up the planet HD189773-b its cool

  • Nitesh Mishra
    Nitesh Mishra 5 days ago +1

    Boffin with the RHCP tshirt has RHCP rubbed to his cheeks!
    Btw, RHCP’s Californication and Annie Wants a Baby are my favourite songs

  • Wragah
    Wragah 5 days ago

    "Planet 9" sounds fine for its name!

  • Ronald Mead
    Ronald Mead 5 days ago

    Yes planet does exist. It has existed for a very long time. We have known about it since. 1930 when it was discovered. It is called PLUTO. If this is true then it would be the 10th planet.

  • Blue Eyes White Teddy

    Kaiper belt -.-

  • JavaCuber
    JavaCuber 5 days ago

    Planet names are given by the iau.

  • Chris Stablefield
    Chris Stablefield 5 days ago

    that´s a great question

  • TRACE
    TRACE 5 days ago

    Final Clue [ A country ]

  • Austin Baker
    Austin Baker 5 days ago

    Um, we have a Planet 9? Pluto? Hello?

  • Thatairplanegeuy
    Thatairplanegeuy 5 days ago +1

    Would a 5EM planet have enough gravity to flip orbits and change orbits that much?

    • Vishal Bondwal
      Vishal Bondwal 2 days ago

      It seems to be doing it to smaller Kuiper belt objects, not to heavy masses. Given that Neptune could be discovered based on disturbances in Uranus' orbit, I guess it's not that unlikely that a 5EM planet would fling about comets and asteroids.

  • Thatairplanegeuy
    Thatairplanegeuy 5 days ago

    Nice to see someone like him who has an interest in aviation.

  • Rick Carlstrom
    Rick Carlstrom 5 days ago

    Cool...Eddie Munster became a scientist.

  • Moth Man
    Moth Man 6 days ago

    i think its a black hole not a planet. but im weird like that.

  • HRRY JSPH
    HRRY JSPH 6 days ago

    5 July 2019 moving from west to east at 5 am until 5:30 the 9th planet a red world covered in a golden flame came over or seen in las vegas traveled to the rising sun the red world went over it.

  • Shahruz Pakzad
    Shahruz Pakzad 6 days ago

    It's still just a teory. Nothing more.

  • Ida Helen
    Ida Helen 6 days ago

    Hidden planets and where to find them

  • Greystorm1619
    Greystorm1619 6 days ago

    He seems so genuinely excited talking about planet 9! it’s not only super endearing but it makes the topic more interesting to me as a viewer.

  • Scott Biggs
    Scott Biggs 6 days ago

    Did anyone else hear that subtle background music? I kept thinking that a neighbor was playing something, but it cut out every time I paused the video. Way too faint to really make out, but something was definitely there in the audio.

  • Ethan Lloyd
    Ethan Lloyd 6 days ago

    Love this style of video, but, the pro-argument kinda threw me off. Specifically, when asked about "What about the 10k time period?" He says "Now, lets ignore the period and focus on the mass, this 5.x times Earth mass, is actually really common." Entirely ignoring the question. A lot of the stuff he's talking about is very buzz-wordy. Would be cool to see some cited relevant sources for both sides.

  • IlluZion
    IlluZion 6 days ago

    Ezpz black hole bois

  • Dove HQ
    Dove HQ 6 days ago +8

    Imagine being the guy who discovered David Bowie.

    • IlluZion
      IlluZion 6 days ago +2

      And now David bowie is a black hole

  • Lars Paulsen
    Lars Paulsen 7 days ago

    The right time to talk about planet 9 as if it exists at all, would be right after you know for sure that it exists. The same goes for everything else in science. Unless you're a climate change believer of course. In that case you just hold a young girl in front of you as a human shield until everyone shuts up and believes you :)

  • kazumi makwana
    kazumi makwana 7 days ago

    if the explanation of asteroid belt formation was the gravitational force of Jupiter...vice versa there should be explanation of kuiper belt formation with another giant plant gravitational force which should be more than 5times mass of earth...theoretically...

  • Karthikeyan Jayachandran

    Planet 9 is like that grumpy family member who split from the family and chose its own path.

  • Roger Dottin
    Roger Dottin 7 days ago

    Why am I so OCD about finishing these videos?

  • Chris West
    Chris West 7 days ago

    The sky observations in the last 200 years is comparable to a shutter opening and closing in half a second - the image captured is only a microcosm of what may be happening over 20000 years.

  • ashur
    ashur 7 days ago

    Sumerian draw our solar system billion years ago in the way just like we know them, same size same place same planet's that we know just one extra planet everyone is coping from them they describe Uranus, and finally! we can see a photo of it and o my god it's just like how Assyrians,babilyonians, Sumerians describe it does exsit but it's far a way I'm Assyrian btw

  • Przymiotnik
    Przymiotnik 7 days ago

    The new sonic redesign looks great

  • Michael Simmons
    Michael Simmons 7 days ago

    so all in all, to bad if we find "David Bowie" in the future and it turns the solar system into a slurry mess of ejected planets and pole flipping chaos.

  • The Educater
    The Educater 7 days ago

    Very interesting 🙂👍🏻 thanks for sharing 💪🏻

  • Robert Espinoza
    Robert Espinoza 7 days ago

    I must say the guy opposing this theory (donno what to call it its not opposing hes just saying its un likely) looks more proffesional and has been a scientest for at least 25 years while the guy proposing the thery looks much less proffesional lol altho if one of them was wearing a lab coat id beleve them lol

  • Kevin Sherman
    Kevin Sherman 7 days ago

    So finding the Kuiper Belt was difficult?
    No it was super easy, barely an inconvenience.

  • Thamiri Vonjaahri
    Thamiri Vonjaahri 8 days ago

    guy on the video > 10k yrs rotation period
    my thought > ain't that strangely coincidental with some (still more or less hypothetical) disasters in the past, like Storegga Slide, extremely warm period of Middle Holocene (warmer than today), or drying of Africa?

    Don't wanna draw any conclusions or so, just occurred to me when he spelled out that number.

  • Aseem Jain
    Aseem Jain 8 days ago

    Red hot chili peppers anyone?

  • daniel patrick
    daniel patrick 8 days ago

    Flat Earth has debunked all this nonsense. Space is fake. Earth was form in water and out of the water just like the bible says in 2 Peter 3V5 no big Bang Read Genesis again which is what Peter is talking about. Just liars from Nasa. The blue above us is water held back by the firmament.

  • Axe Pagode
    Axe Pagode 8 days ago

    How about Planet Impotent because it only comes by every 10,000 years?

  • Guy UsinU - Artist
    Guy UsinU - Artist 8 days ago

    Is the Sumerian Epic of Creation translation even possible when run on those simulations? Has anyone done it?

  • Flubble
    Flubble 8 days ago

    Pluto will always be a planet to me

  • Eduardo Campos
    Eduardo Campos 8 days ago +1

    David Bowie it is.

  • S K
    S K 8 days ago +1

    1:10 looks like the scientist got hit by solar flares