In the month of December, FarOut was named in our solar system as the greatest distant object. It was discovered as the 1st object which is hundred times beyond as of our planet Earth is from the Sun. the distance from the Sun and the Earth is known as AU or astronomical unit, which is equivalent to ninety-three million miles. From the Sun, FarOut is 120 astronomical unit. The most distant object ever know, Eris is ninety-six astronomical units from the Sun, as compared to Pluto, which is 34 astronomical units far.
A staff scientist, Scott Sheppard discovered FarFarOut on 20 Feb. reportedly, FarFarOut is 140 astronomical units away from the Sun. on 20 February, Scott was going to give a lecture on Beyond Pluto, but due to inclement weather it was delayed till the next day. He went observing over the data of his team, as he was having nothing to do. And that was the time when he got to knew about FarFarOut. Sheppard said that, based on its brightness and distance, the object is nearly four hundred kilometers and a dwarf size body. To determine the object, further observations will be needed by the team, he said.
Sheppard along with his crew wants to detect the object one more time this week with the Magellan telescope, as not much is known by the researchers regarding the object. In an email Sheppard wrote that, the object needs to be reobserved to confirm that it is actually far far away there. it has been observed only for one day base. As per those observations, FarFarOut is nearly 140 astronomical units away, but it could be anywhere between 130 astronomical units to 150 astronomical units as well. The orbit of the object isn’t clear yet and Sheppard and his team are working on that.