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Planet X does not exist.

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Look on the planet x website. Skateplanet.com


planet jupiter look like a ball, but its really huge.


The FIRE PLANET appears red and smoking from orbit. You will find it at X-83 Y-20.


The orbit of a planet is commonly an ellipse.


Ignoring the dots(.) as background, it can look something like: |..............................x...... |.........................x........... |...............................x..... |...........................x......... |..............x...................... |....................x................ |.............x....................... |.....x............................... |...................x................. --------------------------


Because of our odd planet rotation, it looks like our planet is wobbling



planet x is real you just have to believe and planet x does not have a x on it.dumb


no Im pretty sure its NOT. atleast I dont think they look alike.


the planet Eris looks like Pluto, an icy rock and dust.


Titan is not a planet. It is a moon of Saturn. It is yellowish brown.


The planet Mars is a solid, rocky terrestrial planet. It looks like a red planet due to the presence of iron oxide in its soil.


Planet X does not exist - it was a hypothetical planet.


There is no Planet X, and there is no Planet Nibro/Niberu/Nabooru or any other variant spelling. So i guess you can call it whatever you like; it will happily persist in its non-existence.


"Planet X" is the temporary name given to a planet that lacks a designation. Pluto was, at one point, known as Planet X. Some members of the cults that have formed around the Nibiru Cataclysm Theory believe, in ignorance, that 'Planet X' is NASA's secret name for Nibiru, a mythical, large, planet-like object that is predicted (by Nancy Lieder) to collide with Earth.


"Planet X" is a temporary title given to a newly discovered planet with no official designation. The title is dispensed with once a planet is given a permanent designation. There is no specific planet called "Planet X." Several planets, including Pluto, have been called this before being named. Believers of the Nibiru Cataclysm Theory sometimes claim that "Planet X" is the name that NASA has given "Nibiru," a mythical planet-like object, as part of a cover up. As 'Planet X' might be any planet, it might be any size.


Uranus and Neptune look very similar.


Do you mean f(x) = x9 ? It would look something like this: ..........................|............. ..........................|............. .........................|.............. ................____/............... .............../........................ ..............|......................... .............|.......................... .............|..........................


Planet X is not a planet because it is not real, it's made up.


Yes and no. "Planet X" is a designation given temporarily to any new planet with no name. It does not refer to a specific planet, and once a planet is given a name, 'Planet X' is discarded as a title. Several planets, including Pluto, have been referred to as "Planet X."Supporters of the Nibiru Cataclysm Theory sometimes claim that "Planet X" is NASA's method of keeping "Nibiru," a mythical, large planet-like object, secret, as part of a cover up. There is no scientific foundation for this "theory."



it looks like a dark and lifeless planet.


It is the 4th planet from the sun, and it is called the red planet because the dust that coats it is a redish color.



They look like cells in the shape of a X



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