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Sedna, which is believed to be between 800 and 1,100 miles across, would take 10,500 years to orbit the Sun.
Faraway objects such as Sedna reflect little light, making their detection extremely difficult.
113] is more tightly bound to the Sun than is Sedna, meaning it would need a bigger outside perturbation to raise its perihelion.
Whatever put Sedna on its orbit should have put a whole bunch of other objects out there.
El primer edificio de Sedna Hospital comenzo a funcionar el 31 de mayo de 2007.
Scientists discover a new planet called Sedna - all that's known about it is that it's six billion miles from earth and 37 places above Scotland in the FIFA rankings.
The 32-year-old was dropped by Universal earlier this year in what he jokingly calls a 'winter clear out' but has bounced back by releasing Makin' Out on his own label Sedna Records and even directing the single's video himself.
There's absolutely nothing else like it known in the solar system," said astronomer Michael Brown, whose team at the California Institute of Technology's Palomar Observatory first observed Sedna.
Likely to be named Sedna after the Inuit goddess of the ocean, the new body is the most distant object yet to be found orbiting the sun.
They have named the planet Sedna after the Inuit goddess reputed to have created the sea creatures of the Arctic.
I sent [Kavelaars] that bit about Siarnaq, or we call her Nuliajuk, that creature that lives under the sea, who's also know as Sedna.
Stuart recalls approaching Malaya Akulukjuk, a known shaman in the Pangnirtung community, to draw her idea of what the sea goddess Sedna looked like.