One of the new studies suggests that there are two planets still unstudied behind Pluto. The analysis is based on calculations of cosmic bodies that are far beyond Neptune, such as the Kuiper Belt, the dispersion region, or the Oort Cloud.
The twelve so-called “extreme trans-neptun objects” (CTNO) established an unusual symmetry instead of floating in outer space in a clean and unobstructed manner.
According to Carlos de la Fuente Marcos, “the increase in the number of objects with unexpected orbital parameters suggests that some invisible force changes the arrangement of the orbital elements of the CTNO”. We dare to believe that the existence of undiscovered planets beyond the orbits of Neptune and Pluto would be the most appropriate explanation for this phenomenon. The study is based on calculations of the gravitational effects of a large body on small, more distant ones. De la Fuente emphasized that if confirmation of such an influence was received, achievement would be a significant discovery for astronomy.