Home » News & Blogs » The Record for the Most Distant Object in the Solar System has been Shattered. Introducing FarFarOut at 140 Astronomical Units
Bookmark and Share
Royal Astronomical Society of Canda Hamilton Center

The Record for the Most Distant Object in the Solar System has been Shattered. Introducing FarFarOut at 140 Astronomical Units

27 Feb 2019, 22:17 UTC
The Record for the Most Distant Object in the Solar System has been Shattered. Introducing FarFarOut at 140 Astronomical Units
(200 words excerpt, click title or image to see full post)

By Evan Gough

Remember Far Out, the distant planet at the far reaches of the Solar System, that was discovered in December, 2018? Well, it has been kicked unceremoniously off its pedestal as the most distant object after a short, two-month reign. In its place is the very newly-discovered FarFarOut (FFO.) And if it weren’t for a heavy …
Continue reading “The Record for the Most Distant Object in the Solar System has been Shattered. Introducing FarFarOut at 140 Astronomical Units”
The post The Record for the Most Distant Object in the Solar System has been Shattered. Introducing FarFarOut at 140 Astronomical Units appeared first on Universe Today.
Source:: Universe Today
The post <a href=https://www.universetoday.com/141634/the-record-for-the-most-distant-object-in-the-solar-system-has-been-shattered-introducing-farfarout-at-140-astronomical-units/ target=_blank >The Record for the Most Distant Object in the Solar System has been Shattered. Introducing FarFarOut at 140 Astronomical Units</a> appeared first on RASC Hamilton.

Latest Vodcast

Latest Podcast

Advertise PTTU

NASA Picture of the Day

Astronomy Picture of the Day

astronomy_pod