Astronomers at the California Institute of Technology say they may have found a tenth planet. However, it could be just a lump of rock and ice. The orb is larger than Pluto and about 9 billion miles away from the sun. A name for the new planet has been proposed by the astronomers to the International Astronomical union. They are awaiting the union's decision before announcing the name.
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