black holes Initial (PBH) objects that have not yet been confirmed, but which scientists have theorized widely about their existence, defining them as formations at the beginning of the Universe, and this would make up to 80% of the Cosmos, which is not observable.
Now a new idea is connected with PBH. This is a theory published Jakub Scholz and James anvin of Cornell University in arXiv magazine – which has no peer review – which postulates that the coveted "Planet Nine" (or Planet X, as it is also called) will indeed be one of these objects.
They tried to explain the existence of this preparation using various mechanisms, although it was never observed. However, its existence remains stable due to the orbits that support the six elements of the Kuiper belt, the grouping of frozen objects at the boundary of the solar system, are inclined in a special way.
Thus, the theory of Scholz and Unwin is trying to explain how these movements occur. “Once you start thinking about these exotic objects, such as the original black holes, you can see things differently,” Gizmodo Unwin explains.
According to previous calculations, in particular those obtained in a study conducted in 2016 using mathematical models, it was determined that – whatever Planet Nine – it should have a mass ten times the mass of the Earth, for achieve the effect observed in these six elements of ice around the sun.
It is assumed that this object will rotate around our star at a distance of about 20 times more than Neptune, and it will take 10-20 years to complete the return to the Sun.