Astronomers are examining the new “shift and stack” technology used in telescopes, which could aid in the search for what is supposed to be what scientists call the “ninth planet.”
Astronomers expect, by monitoring multiple indicators, the existence of a “ninth planet” far from Pluto’s orbit, but this has not been confirmed except by default.
Scientists are trying to follow a new strategy that includes changing the space telescope images taken from different paths alongside possible paths and combining the images together and stacking them and combining their light to monitor the virtual world of the “ninth planet”.
According to the space science journal “Space”, researchers have confirmed that this technology has been used to find several moons in our solar system, and there is a chance that you will find the mysterious ninth planet also known as “Planet X”, or “the planet that lost “.
“These planets cannot be seen without using this kind of method,” said American Yale University astronomer Malena Rice, adding: “If a ninth planet existed, it would be very dark.”