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Message 1792468 - Posted: 1 Jun 2016, 5:30:51 UTC

The news is based on a study.

Study suggests Planet 9 is stolen exoplanet

LUND, Sweden, May 31 (UPI) -- New research suggests the mysterious and controversial "Planet 9" isn't an original member of our solar system. According to a new computer simulation developed by astronomers at Lund University in Sweden, the ninth planet is an exoplanet -- stolen by the sun from its original host star.

"It is almost ironic that while astronomers often find exoplanets hundreds of light years away in other solar systems, there's probably one hiding in our own backyard," researcher Alexander Mustill said in a news release.

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Message 1793071 - Posted: 3 Jun 2016, 6:04:25 UTC

Again, there's no 9th planet in solar system! ;)

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