tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9094742788006644220.post7770979630424221871..comments2020-11-09T07_43_07.776-08_00 Comments on Mike Brown's Planets: A new window on astronomers Unknownnoreply@blogger.comBlogger4125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9094742788006644220.post-77881060656585467112017-12-28T05_54_00.994-08_002017-12-28T05_54_00.994-08_00 Hahaha... I came from seeing the Sciencemag articl...Hahaha... I came from seeing the Sciencemag article from 2yrs ago.<br /><br />I suppose the previous commentor... eventually got some of the information he wanted, albeit after a long 8yr wait, haha!<br /><br />But... you can see where this is going!<br /><br />Your discovery/ confirmation was 2yrs ago!<br /><br />- So? <br /><br />Where our we regarding Planet X, now? Eh?<br /><br />If you saw it 2yrs ago... we have to know more by now, right? <br /><br />;) nothinghttps://www.blogger.com/profile/08027909311426320827noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9094742788006644220.post-60045526121335759662008-04-09T00_49_00.000-07_002008-04-09T00_49_00.000-07_00 Amendment to orbital speeds of planetoids due to o...Amendment to orbital speeds of planetoids due to opposite motion of Sun with inner planets toward X is circa 0.5km/s when planetoids behind Pluto have orb. speeds circa till 4km/s. This makes effect of more elipsoid paths of those planetoids than they are in real, prolongation about till 50 percents. Next conclusion is that X so must be much closer to us than those Planetoids. X is somewhere behind Saturn what is aprox. 5 years to perihelia of X,…2012<BR/>Pavel Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9094742788006644220.post-6469225319823548362008-03-18T03_03_00.000-07_002008-03-18T03_03_00.000-07_00 I continue in previous comment,...Orcus is circa 4...I continue in previous comment,...<BR/><BR/>Orcus is circa 48AU from Sun what is quite close to aphelia!!!!!!!<BR/>http://www.solstation.com/stars/orcus.htm<BR/><BR/>Qaoar is circa 43AU from us-nearly circular orbit.,...<BR/>Mike, please let us know your theory why are dwarf planets behind Pluto, Pluto included so close to their extreme points on their orbits. My theory was púresented in previous discussion comments,...Pavel Smutny Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9094742788006644220.post-83271664285909288952008-03-17T14_09_00.000-07_002008-03-17T14_09_00.000-07_00 Mike, again there wasn't answer.Where are bigger p...Mike, again there wasn't answer.<BR/>Where are bigger planetoids behind Pluto, Pluto included now!?<BR/>All are close to their extremes of their orbits!!!!<BR/>Eris present-current distance 97AU!!!,Aphelia97AU,..perihelia38AU<BR/>2003EL61 52AU!!!,....52AU,...... 35AU<BR/>2005FY9 52AU!!!!,...52AU,.......39AU<BR/>2003UB313-Sedna 90AU!!! 975,6AU,.... 76,2AU<BR/>Pluto <BR/>close toperih. 49AU,.........30AU<BR/>Orcus 48,3AU 30,5AU<BR/>Quaoar 45AU 42AU<BR/>I made my conclusions. Probability to have all planetoids close to perihelia, or aphelia is less than 1:10000!!!! Pavel Smutny Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com