In DepthAstronomy

Hunt for Planet Nine heats up

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Science  28 Oct 2016:
Vol. 354, Issue 6311, pp. 399-400
DOI: 10.1126/science.354.6311.399

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  • Re: Finding planet nine by radio teloscopy

    If it is large and rocky, it may have a magnetic field. If it does, even as far from the sun as it is, it may have aurora. If it has aurora it with be emitting characteristic radio and that could be easier to discriminate than reflection of light from its surface.

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