Provided here is a discussion as to the location of a tenth planet in our solar system, that of Planet X. Included here are conditions to be imposed upon a developed orbital model originating from the synthesis of several sources, including technical papers from the United States Naval Observatory and historic Babylonian observations.
This topic will be discussed in further detail at a later time. There are three widely quoted and circulated conclusions regarding the issue of an intruding celestial body, now popularly referred to as Planet X. The first of these statements concerns a projected appearance of such a body in the spring of 2003. The second concerns a statement of astronomical coordinates (right ascension and declination) of purported observations of such a body in the neighborhood of the constellation Orion. The third is in regards to the reported finding of such a "planet" by the IRAS (Infrared Astronomical Satellite) sensor in 1983 in the direction of Orion. These statements appear to originate from a restricted set of sources.