For the first time, search engine scientists have a radius of 1.3 kilometers radius at the outskirts of the Solar System, which they discussed on "missing link" in a planetary process.
That is the thing based in the Kuiper zone, which is outside the Neptune orbit, is created by a debris that has been formed after creating the planets. Due to the slightest sunlight, asteroids and comets in that area have been full for billions of years.
The search was made by a team of experts from the Japanese Japanese Job Theater, led by Ko Arimatsu, and published by the magazine Natural History.
Based on a public center bar on the Miyako island in Okinawa, scientists used a low cost system based on two telegopy abusive, along with two commercial cameras with the CMOS (component metal semi-diameter).
The instruments inspected a co-ordinated system of more than 2000 reins between June 2016 and August 2017, so that something can be found in front of them, something called "hearing".
When analyzing 60 hours of analysis; images, they found their first group found outside Pluto, with a radius of just 1.3km. This product would show Kuiper belt objects they are more comprehensive than they thought before.