Despite all these celestial bodies, it would not be right to think that we are alone. Some interesting details emerged in the studies conducted at the University of Pennsylvania.
University astronomer Dr. Pedro Bernardinelli caught some interesting details. As a result of the researches, 815 celestial bodies known as trans-Neptune objects emerged. The strangest thing is that 461 of these 815 celestial objects were found to be new.
Dwarf planets and meteorites at the edge of the solar system were detected in the researches. The new ones are of a kind that have never been seen before. According to a peer-reviewed article, 461 objects have not been seen before.
In addition to all these, we can say that the second largest catalog creation work has been completed. The Dark Energy Research was conducted between August 2013 and January 2019. Scientists have included new observations by calculating the expansion rate of the universe. Thus, huge catalogs of solar systems were created.
Astronomers did not start detecting interesting celestial objects this year. According to the latest details, around 100 new dwarf planets were detected in 2020. This year, for the first time, so many celestial bodies have been detected.
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