fringe of the solar system

There are missing objects at the fringe of the solar system – new study puzzles astronomers

There are missing objects at the fringe of the solar system – new study puzzles astronomers

In the dimly lit spaces of our solar system beyond Neptune’s orbit lies the Kuiper Belt. This a region between about 35 and 50 times further from the sun than the Earth, populated by icy bodies so sparsely distributed that they never had the chance to collide and merge into planet sized objects.