Astronomers discovered a new planetary object at the edge of our Solar System and they named it Dee Dee (Distant Dwarf).
The Mystrious object was discovered on 2016 but then we didn’t knew nothing about it’s physical structure.
But now, Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) brought new data about this object which is much bigger than they’ve anticipated before.
DedDee has two-thirds of the size of Ceres, the biggest member of the asteroid belt and it has enough mass to be spherical.
That means the new-discovered object meet the requirements to be named a planet, even scientists avoided this.
DeeDee is situated at the edge of our Solar System at 92 Astronomical Units distance from our Sun(1AU – distance Earth-Sun), which means 137 billions km.
It is so far, that the light has to travel 13 hours to get here and its orbit is so large that it takes 1.100 years to orbit the Sun.