First Unmanned Probe Lands on Planet Nine
MASA’s unmanned probe “Columbus” has successfully reached Planet Nine. After a 27-year long journey through our solar system, scientists have confirmed a controlled landing on the Jupiter sized rock planet. Columbus’ instruments will from now on send precious data about the planet’s surface and atmosphere back to MASA’s Interstellar Laboratory on Mars. Scientists hope to collect enough data to conclude the actual origins and emergence of our galaxy.
“Plante Nine”, an until that point postulated but not yet scientifically proven object in outer space, had first been visibly contacted by astronomers in 2021. Ever since, mankind has been battling on which nation would touch soil on the newly discovered planet first.