Is Our Solar System’s Red, Mysterious Sedna An Alien Planetoid?

Artist's conception of the cold, distant Sedna. The sun is a tiny point of light, varying 8 to 84 billion miles away from the red planetoid in its bizarre orbit. A hypothesized tiny moon appears nearby. Graphic image courtesy Michael E. Brown, Cal Tech, Pasadena, California.
Artist's conception of the cold, distant Sedna. The sun is a tiny point of light, varying 8 to 84 billion miles away from the red planetoid in its bizarre orbit. A hypothesized tiny moon appears nearby. Graphic image courtesy Michael E. Brown, Cal Tech, Pasadena, California.

December 17, 2004  Salt Lake City, Utah - Some astrophysicists are trying to understand how our solar system formed, as baffling objects continue to be discovered. Only a year ago on November 14, 2003, a mysterious object was found at the far reaches of our solar system that has the strangest elliptical orbit of anything revolving around our sun.

 

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