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Planet Nineball, also known as
Planet Xball Fifth Giantball is a caveball a hypothetical planetball that doesn't exist. In January 2015, Caltech astronomers Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown announced new research that provides evidence of a giant planetball tracing an unusual, elongated orbit in the outer solar system. The prediction is based on detailed mathematical modeling and computer simulations, not direct observation.
This large ball could explain the unique orbits of at least five smaller Kuiper Belt Objectballs discovered in Kuiper Beltring.
In 2016, Earthball realized many Kuiper Belt Objectballs beyond Neptuneball could not into regular orbit, and proposed another planetball of disturbings them. This planetball, 10 times more clay than Earthball, could be a "mini-Neptuneball" or a "super-Earthball". Since Earthball cannot into detectings Planet Nineball, it proposed Planet Nineball might be a primordial black Holeball instead. Simulations such as the Five-planet Nice Model revealed the current solar system cannot exist without either Uranusball or Neptuneball of leaving Sunball without Venusball Anschluss Earthball; if a Fifth Giantball was added instead, Venusball cannot into Anschluss Earthball and Uranusball and Neptuneball remain with Sunball; the Fifth Giantball is ejected instead. This could be the origin of Planet Nineball.