A virtual Earth-like planet (dark blue) is added to the actual Solar System;
its trajectory is located between the one of Saturn and the one of Uranus.
Each frame of this animation displays a particular trajectory of this planet
when 2.pi rotated (see figure "The journey of an Earth-like planet (dark blue) between Saturn and Uranus").
Each of these trajectories has a duration equals to one plutonian year.
For each of these intermediate trajectories, the 11-body system is visualized
with the virtual planet at the origin of coordinates.
See some interesting Virtual planet points of view -on the right-hand side-
(with the related Heliocentric points of view -on the left-hand side-) from this interpolation:
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The relative trajectories look non periodical and even chaotic.
What kind of science -astronomy in particular- could be developped
in a such non regular context?