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Well yes, because Brown & Batygin (2021) say the perihelion would be $300^{+85}_{-60}$ au, so there is roughly a 50% chance that the perihelion is smaller than 300 au according to their work. The quoted error bars represent their estimate of the 16th to 84th percentiles of a probability distribution, so conceivably the perihelion could even be a little ...


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