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How can the orbit of a Kuiper Belt Object be differentiated from the transit of a rogue planet?
Related to the question "Are any Pluto-sized objects remaining to be discovered in the Kuiper Belt?" and the fact that most of the Kuiper Belt objects have very elliptical orbits, the question begs, ...
Oct 2 '13 at 3:37
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