Canadian scientist Gilles Couture from Quebec University in Montreal examined the influence of objects in the Solar system, and then suggested that earlier it was two stars. About it reports the edition Goroday.
According to experts, tiny star, whose weight is several times inferior to the figures of the Sun, could for a moment to get into the Solar system. This fact could explain the abnormally elongated orbits of some celestial objects in the belt, Copeira, said the canadian.
This is the conclusion Couture came to, based on computer modeling. He calculated that under ideal match wandering star would cross the Earth at a speed of one hundred kilometers per second.
Another possible explanation of the anomalous orbit of heavenly bodies belt Kopara is unfound to this day, planet, the weight of which is 16 times more than Earth.