Arika Higuchi, an assistant professor at Japan’s University of occupational and environmental health, has tracked the farthest point of a long-period comet from the sun, suggesting that there may be a second ecliptic alignment plane. &The ecliptic is a plane that was originally empty but was later filled by comets. < / P > < p > we know that if we look at the solar system, the most obvious fact is that almost everything in the solar system lies more or less in the plane of the ecliptic, the plane formed by the earth’s orbit. Except comets, the orbits of planets, asteroids and everything else are within a few degrees of this plane. The reason for this is that when the solar system was formed, it acted as a flat disk of gas and cosmic dust, revolving around a bulge that eventually became the sun. In this disk, the debris also gathers together to form planets and other things. Even comets are formed in this way, although the interplay of the gravitational fields of various planets causes their orbits to diverge at an oblique angle. However, apogees, or the farthest they are from the sun, tend to stay on the ecliptic. < / P > < p > by studying the orbits of comets, Higuchi now finds another arrangement. The elliptical plane is about 60 degrees from the galactic disk, which also affects the comet’s orbit. When mapping comets’ tracks, they align not only with the ecliptic, but also with the so-called empty ecliptic, which tilts 60 degrees from the galactic disk and moves in the opposite direction. Subsequently, Higuchi cross validated this hypothesis with the results of the PC cluster of NAOJ computational astrophysics center, and analyzed comets in NASA’s JPL corpuscle database. The results showed that the data peaks of ecliptic and ecliptic appeared. However, Higuchi does not believe that these findings will lead to final conclusions. &The spikes are not entirely in the plane of the ecliptic or the empty ecliptic, but near them, she said. &A survey of the observed distribution of small objects must include many factors. The detailed study of the distribution of long period comets will be our future work. The all Sky Survey project, known as & quot; spatiotemporal heritage Survey & quot; (LSST), will provide valuable information for this study. "[image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States