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We can have in KSP 2 something like sedna. Orbit of Sedna Compared to Pluto's The addition of a celestial body so far from its star would bring a new difficulty to the game, many new possibilities/challenges, and can be used for "testing" interstellar engines. Do you agree, do you disagree? Links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/90377_Sedna , https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sednoid Other Sednoids https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_VP113 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2015_TG387
The Plod System [1.7.3] I would highly recommend this review of the mod by KottabosGames. If you're reading this KottabosGames thanks again! What does this mod add? The Plod System adds a binary Sedna analogue dwarf planet to the far solar system. Plod: An icy, green dwarf planet with massive craters and looming mountains. Its orbit is giant and elliptical. Many blame Jool... or could it have been another hidden planet? Oob: Plod's binary companion, orbiting so close to Plod that orbiting in low-Plod-orbit is a necessity. Giant ice spikes jut into
So, while reading around the internet, I found out that Sedna will reach its perihelion around 2077. Seeing as it has the most eccentric orbit in the solar system, in fact a suspiciously eccentric orbit, I see no reason why we shouldn't send a probe there. This is a chance that humanity just shouldn't pass up, seeing as Sedna reaches its perihelion every 11,400 years. I don't know, what do you guys think? Also, a supposed ninth planet was supposedly discovered today which supposedly caused Sedna's eccentric and inclined orbit.