Does Planet 9 Exist?

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  • Published on Sep 13, 2019
  • A planet has been predicted to orbit the sun with a period of 10,000 years, a mass 5x that of Earth on a highly elliptical and inclined orbit. What evidence supports the existence of such a strange object at the edge of our solar system?
    Huge thanks to:
    Prof. Konstantin Batygin, Caltech
    Prof. David Jewitt, UCLA
    I had heard about Planet 9 for a long time but I wondered what sort of evidence could support the bold claim: a planet at the very limits of our ability to detect one, so far out that its period is over 60 times that of Neptune. The planet 9 hypothesis helps explain clustering of orbits of distant Kuiper belt objects. It also explains how some of these objects have highly inclined orbits - up to 90 degrees relative to the plane of the solar system. Some are orbiting in reverse. Plus their orbits are removed from the orbit of Neptune, the logical option for a body that could have ejected them out so far. The fact that the perihelion is so far out suggests another source of gravity was essential for their peculiar orbits.
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Comments • 8 877

  • Tomi
    Tomi 7 minutes ago

    Pink circle on Uranus ? Somebody's been bleaching

  • jgh fun-run
    jgh fun-run 4 hours ago

    What happened to my Veritasium subscription????!!!! I click on this vid, and it's not there.

  • Jack Thompson
    Jack Thompson 8 hours ago

    Old man big hands is just a hater

  • ANDREASRIAL
    ANDREASRIAL 9 hours ago

    The Egyptians, the Mayans, the Aztecs and no big telescopes, at the end... amazing results.

  • Murder Doll
    Murder Doll 11 hours ago

    1:49 Hehehe... Ehehaha... Discovered Uranus....

  • Nick OGS
    Nick OGS 12 hours ago

    nibiru

  • Gustavo XD
    Gustavo XD 12 hours ago

    You mean planet 10.

  • BenjamUniverse
    BenjamUniverse 12 hours ago

    They got rid of Pluto just so they wouldnt be proven wrong when they claimed people were crazy for believing in Nibiru aka Planet X.

  • No Body
    No Body 22 hours ago

    Wakanda existential crisis is this

  • INSANE // INFLAME
    INSANE // INFLAME Day ago +1

    why does he have no forehead it unsettles me wtf

  • Azam Shamil
    Azam Shamil Day ago +1

    I think planet9 or planetx is nothing but a Blackhole lurking ouside the oort cloud. Bad idea.

  • Justicar333
    Justicar333 Day ago

    Yep, it's called Pluto. Now planet 10 we are still looking for, but the math looks promising.

  • Chewy V
    Chewy V Day ago

    You would think that using a computer model of orbiting planets with planet pushing all the other planets to the opposite side of its orbit would give them a clue of where it could be orbiting ... I mean you have a computer model showing you exactly what you can expect ...

  • Mr. Bhatti Official

    Does a trebuchet can through an object fast enough to escape earth?🤨🤨🧐
    If yes how big it would be???🤯🤯🤯
    I wants to know it very badly 😏

  • Ani Jose
    Ani Jose Day ago +2

    7:23 "The pink circle is Uranus"
    Haha Noice toit..
    I will see myself out...

  • Matthew Payne
    Matthew Payne Day ago

    two additional dwarf planets orbit past past Pluto. One is bigger then Pluto. So if Pluto becomes a planet again. we will be looking for planet 11.

  • Titan Methane Moon

    You earthlings are so cute. Us space bodies know planet 9 is there

  • aa
    aa Day ago

    15:15 I vote David Bowie for the planet 9's name

  • Akhanyatin Aten
    Akhanyatin Aten Day ago +1

    interesting, none of them mentioned primordial black holes. there was a recent influx of articles in my feed that postulated that planet 9 could maybe be a PBH

  • grendol
    grendol 2 days ago +1

    1:Mercury
    2:Venus
    3:Earth
    4:Mars
    5:Jupiter
    6:Saturn
    7:Uranus
    8:Neptune
    9:Pluto
    I get it, I am in the old school camp regarding Pluto being called a planet.
    What you are looking for is what I called Planet X (X=10) back in the ‘80’s.

  • Sami Kemppainen
    Sami Kemppainen 2 days ago

    Like for David Bowie

  • ashish sharma
    ashish sharma 2 days ago +1

    Another damn fine video

  • Ruben Pinamonti
    Ruben Pinamonti 2 days ago

    Didn't know it was Bill Nighy who found the kuiper belt

  • Mark Farrington
    Mark Farrington 2 days ago +3

    I would only be sad that David Bowie wasn’t around to appreciate having a whole planet named after him. I mean that’s next level stardom...

  • veseli K8&sk8
    veseli K8&sk8 2 days ago

    RESPECT.

  • yusuf red
    yusuf red 2 days ago

    Sponsored by Starbucks®

  • Sayeedy's Asylum
    Sayeedy's Asylum 2 days ago +2

    I'm here right after I heard that planet 9 is actually an ancient black hole 😟😟😟

    • Minotaur
      Minotaur 13 hours ago

      Sayeedy's Asylum nigga explain

  • AnyName322
    AnyName322 2 days ago

    When he said me and my partner not sure if boyfriend or actual just work partner. I hate current times.

  • Ajlani Mahdi
    Ajlani Mahdi 2 days ago

    Fantastic planets and where to find them

  • Johnny Sparkleface
    Johnny Sparkleface 3 days ago

    Don't look in all the places where you won't find it. I hope that helps.

  • BenBRockN
    BenBRockN 3 days ago

    What if the entire gravity of all objects in our solar system is being affected by Planet 9 kinda like the intermediate moment of inertia video. The solar system is moving forward in space on its greatest moment of inertia, and Planet 9 sometimes flips the orbits of Kuiper belt objects.

  • Karen Collins
    Karen Collins 3 days ago

    Can we please make Pluto planet again

  • valgeir80
    valgeir80 3 days ago

    Blink 182 missing a lead singer.

  • undeadbobop
    undeadbobop 3 days ago

    planet 9 will be considered a rogue exoplanet by scientists

  • Mark George
    Mark George 3 days ago

    I thought I heard an add add having add I looked for the add but the add add was too late. The new add showed up. So having add I wanted to Look at the add website sight.

  • randomstring
    randomstring 3 days ago

    -Is that that great question?
    -That's a great question.

    Just kidding, thanks for working on this=)

  • braden7180
    braden7180 3 days ago

    Derek asking all kinds of great questions . . .

  • Plasmo20
    Plasmo20 3 days ago

    time . 11:11 . this seems related to the linked discussion about flipping spinning bodies . ruclip.com/video/1VPfZ_XzisU/video.html

  • beardalaxy
    beardalaxy 3 days ago

    i'm down with calling planet 9 "bowie"

  • beardalaxy
    beardalaxy 3 days ago

    pluto

  • Zar Kaztick
    Zar Kaztick 3 days ago

    If IT does exist, the people will call it: Planet 9

  • Planet 9
    Planet 9 4 days ago +1

    *TRIGGERED*

  • Alice Eliot
    Alice Eliot 4 days ago +1

    Yes, it's called "Pluto".

  • Daniel Wisehart
    Daniel Wisehart 4 days ago

    Did you see the article MIT Technology Review did on Planet 9? There are some astronomers who suggest it might be a miniature black hole: www.technologyreview.com/s/614441/is-planet-9-actually-a-primordial-black-hole/

  • Shubham Anand
    Shubham Anand 4 days ago +2

    I just love how that blushing like an anime girl. 😍

  • Kamran Bashir
    Kamran Bashir 4 days ago

    Just zoom out google earth and get the picture of the planet... duh!

  • Peter Mozuraitis
    Peter Mozuraitis 4 days ago +1

    Not to diminish Constantine’s work and enthusiasm but I feel like he embodies one of the most powerful human impulses; to seek out and explore the horizon, to discover the next chaotic unknown. Whether it be a prehuman hominid ape or a 21st century physicist he has that instinct to find the next untouched shore. Whether or not there is a ninth Planet, regardless of if he finds it I’m glad there’s people like him always searching

  • Bill Rich
    Bill Rich 4 days ago

    There is a wrong way to orbit...?

  • deathchilde
    deathchilde 4 days ago

    "Who found the kuiper belt?"
    'i found the kuiper belt'

    "Whhhaaaatt!? Sucks to be you. Others get to name their discoveries like a floating rock. You found a whole bunch of them and it's named after a dead guy"
    Some guy could just randomly predicts a 2nd belt and then get it named after him before ever being found.
    *Note: works better if your name is respected in the particular field*

  • SuicideBunny6
    SuicideBunny6 4 days ago +2

    *Sometime in the future* "So what are the planets of the solar system called?"
    Well, there's Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune,


    and David Bowie

  • pricken2000
    pricken2000 5 days ago +2

    0:57 That's a mix of Steve from smash mouth and Elon Musk

  • Zan.
    Zan. 5 days ago

    Your wide angle lens is giving me a headache.

  • Ben Williams
    Ben Williams 5 days ago +1

    so every 10,000 yrs human race is wiped out and restarted? by Ninethians?...last great flood was around 10 thou years ago..so are we due to see this Planet 9 soon? fks youtube has just created more questions than answers!

  • Christian Mathison
    Christian Mathison 5 days ago

    "That's a great question "

  • Schpankme Verimuch
    Schpankme Verimuch 5 days ago

    *WHO INVENTED THE SPACE ENTERPRISE?*
    It was the Judaeo-Freemasonry Vatican (Jesuits) instituted Heliocentricism (a corporation that has fooled billions of people) as the next centuries ticked by these science fiction stories began entering the major Universities (all faith based); from this point on the people were taught to replace Faith with Theory (pretend).
    ...
    1543 - Jesuits invent Theory Heliocentricism
    1582 - Jesuits invent Heliocentric calendar (Pope Gregorian calendar)
    1651 - Jesuits invent Moon features (Selenography)
    1763 - Jesuits invent Theory Atomic Energy
    1809 - Jesuits invent Theory Transmutation of Species (see Theory of Evolution)
    1923 - Jesuits invent Theory Missing Link (bones lost molds prove find)
    1931 - Jesuits invent Theory Big Bang (another ejaculation into the virgin source)
    ...
    Lets recap
    Judaeo-Freemasonry sell two (2) products:
    1. HEAVEN, this Faith based religion called Christianity
    2. SPACE, this Theory based religion called Heliocentricism
    ...
    *Question: What year did Religion (faith) allow Science (theory) to take over the Space ENTERPRISE?*
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  • Dutch Star
    Dutch Star 5 days ago +1

    Pluto is still a planet you jerks

  • Brendan Cull
    Brendan Cull 5 days ago +1

    Yes it does, It's called Pluto!!!

  • LairOfEvil
    LairOfEvil 5 days ago

    well, my contribution to naming any solar objects will be small, but keeping with deities convention for planets, I would propose a name Vesna :) slavic godess of life

  • Nitro
    Nitro 5 days ago

    I want planet 9 to be found just so it can have the coolest name ever!

  • Dejan Nagl
    Dejan Nagl 5 days ago

    The old guy talking about how theres slim to no chance there's a 9th planet..."Go look up in NASA archives 2012 & even earlier 2009 their official released statement regarding their detection of said 9th planet.