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Darker Stars

My latest book, entitled “Darker Stars” is now available in paperback. The book’s sub-title is “New Evidence: The Scope of Our Growing Solar System, Planet X, Invisible Planetoids, Gas Giants, Comets, Planet Nine, and More…”. Here is the description on the back cover:

“Darker Stars explores the often contentious subject of Planet X. Building upon the historically hot-and-cold hunt for an additional planet in our solar system, the author examines the recent resurgence of scientific interest in this subject, in the re-branded form of Planet Nine. The elusive nature of this object provides the impetus for a hypothesis about planet building in interstellar space, and associated phenomena. In particular, free-floating planetary mass objects and sub-brown dwarfs exemplify the anomalous new characters shaking the foundation of the classic star/planet boundary.

“Our solar system, too, is full of anomalies, strongly implying the presence of another massive planetary body. As our understanding of dark bodies in interstellar space builds, the author argues whether the existence of Planet X-type bodies should now be considered the new norm. With over 100 images and sources, approximately 500 references, and an extensive index, Darker Stars provides a robust and scientifically-based study of the re-fashioned outer solar system.”

The book is 376 pages long, and is published by Timeless Voyager Press in a 6″x9″ paperback format, available through Amazon.  There is a vast amount of information about the mysteries of the outer solar system within the book.  The book also discusses recent advances in understanding about the outer solar system, and hypotheses about Planet X and its re-branded corollary Planet Nine. I present a new hypothesis about how planets might evolve over time in interstellar space, and how this process may explain why Planet X has been so difficult to observe directly. Why assume objects beyond Neptune form the same way as those within? Drag and solar wind effects on dust will be different, even more so in interstellar space beyond heliosphere. New rules are needed for the outer solar system. #darkerstars

Planetary Nebula

‘Darker Stars’ brings together a decade of Dark Star blogs and articles, updated with brand new material, and then completely re-written into a comprehensive and fully-referenced non-fiction book. It is both robust and challenging in its approach.

Book Contents

Chapter 1        The Incomplete Solar System

Chapter 2        The History of Planet X

Chapter 3        Sub-Brown Dwarfs in the Infrared

Chapter 4        The Extended Scattered Disk

Chapter 5        Re-Branding Planets

Chapter 6        The Hunt for Planet Nine

Chapter 7        Arguments Against Planet Nine

Chapter 8        Planet Nine and the Nice Model

Chapter 9        Further Planet X Evidence Among The Minor Bodies

Chapter 10      The Origins of Planet X

Chapter 11      Building Planets in Interstellar Space

Chapter 12      The Shroud Hypothesis

Chapter 13      An Abundance of Dark Stars

Chapter 14      ‘Oumuamua

Chapter 15      Jovian Mysteries

Chapter 16      Puzzling Pluto

Chapter 17      Meandering Mars

Chapter 18      Water World

Chapter 19      Moon Mysteries

Chapter 20      Comets and Asteroids

Chapter 21      Nibiru

Chapter 22      The Dark Star Revisited

Online Retailers

Darker Stars cover

The new paperback book is available from Barnes and Noble:

 https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/darker-stars-andy-lloyd/1130303630?ean=9781892264558 

It is also available from many other reputable booksellers online. including Amazon:.

   

Signed Copies

Signed and dedicated copies of the book can be obtained directly from me: I’m based in England, so bear in mind the likely postal costs for what is quite a substantial book!

Author Andy Lloyd presents his new book ‘Darker Stars’

Please e-mail Andy Lloyd for further details at andy-lloyd@hotmail.com

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