American astrologers found another candidate for the title of most distant inhabitant of the Solar system. V774104 dwarf planet is 15 billion km from the Sun.
How to convince scientists from the Carnegie institution for science in Washington, they managed to find the most distant object in the Solar system. Planet V774104, the diameter of which ranges from 500 to 1000 km, 3 times farther from the Sun than Pluto. The unusual orbit of the new dwarf planet was struck by astrologers and forced to look for the impact of unknown planets or nearby stars.
According to Science News, the discovery was created using eight-meter optical telescope, Subaru, set in the Hawaiian Islands. V774104 planet is 12 billion km from the Sun and can belong to the number of celestial bodies residing inside the so-called Oort cloud on the farthest outskirts of the Solar system.
This "cluster" consisting of the comets and other icy bodies, located at a distance of 150 - 1500 astronomical units (average distance between the earth and the Sun) from our star. It should be noted in these objects is that their incredibly elongated orbits to explain the currently known fixture in the Solar system. One of the doctrines, they could distort the unseen massive planet. Scientists believe that this "cluster" a kind of landfill "building materials", ejected from the Solar system during its formation.