No new large planet on the outskirts of our solar system has yet been discovered, although evidence is building, astronomers say. By the way, if Planet 9 does exist … it’s definitely not headed our way.
On Monday, LIGO and Virgo announced the 1st detection of gravitational waves produced by colliding neutron stars, and 1st observed in both gravitational waves and light. “It ushers in a new era in astronomy.”
“I would have thought these would be once-a-millennium events, if even that,” said a researcher. Instead, the storms on Titan happen about once a Saturn-year, creating massive floods in an otherwise-desert terrain.