A new planet is just emerging from the solar system, and it looks like the sun has become a bit of a god.
A team of scientists from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) announced this week that the sun is a dwarf planet, with a mass roughly three times that of Jupiter, and a radius about 30 times that in Earth’s orbit.
The discovery, made by the CfA team, was announced in an announcement on Wednesday, but the news has been slowly gaining traction on social media and in news articles.
Its not clear what role the dwarf planet played in forming the solar nebula, the giant cloud of gas and dust surrounding the sun.
According to NASA, the nebula is the most massive structure in the universe, and the sun’s proximity to it means it has a much larger gravitational pull than any other planet in the solar neighborhood.
However, there’s a lot of confusion about how much influence the sun had on the formation of the solar disk.
Astronomers think the sun was formed by a massive collision of two suns that formed the outer core of the universe.
As the sun evolved, the solar mass grew.
Eventually, the sun reached a maximum size that would have created a bulge about the size of a football field in the middle of the disk.
That bulge eventually created the disc of space that now surrounds us.
With the sun now about 6.7 billion years old, and its disk about 2.7 trillion miles (4.4 trillion kilometers) across, the new dwarf planet is not a star, but a very old solar system object, which means it is roughly a billion years older than the sun itself.
But the dwarf is not the only object in the sun that is an object of interest.
There are several other objects in the system that are still in the process of being discovered.
For example, astronomers are working to understand how the sun formed.
In 2016, astronomers discovered a dwarf star that was a relatively young object with a much smaller mass than the solar giant.
There is also a much younger version of the sun known as the Kuiper Belt Object.
It was discovered in 1991, and since then it has grown to become the largest object in our solar system.
NASA’s Dawn mission is currently investigating the dwarf system and its young solar system companion, Ceres.
It will make the first observations of the dwarf star system in 2021.