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Tiny, Far-Flung Worlds Could Explain Outer Solar System's Strange Geometry

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Dwarf planet Sedna

The dwarf planet Sedna lurks in the outer Solar System.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Hundreds of Moon-sized worlds may orbit the Sun far beyond Neptune, sculpting the geometry of the outer Solar System.

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