The mysterious planet X could explain why a number of recently discovered dwarf planets all seem to be in one place.
Astronomers at the Carnegie Institution for Space in Washington said there is a strong possibility that a planet like Nibiru is hiding in deep space.
Scientists have recently discovered a dwarf planet, unusually called The Goblin of 2015 TG387, far beyond the icy planet Neptune.
The discovery itself was perhaps not groundbreaking, if not for the strange synchronic job of The Goblin with other similar dwarf planets.
Astronomer Scott Sheppard said that this can be a proof of a large planet that surrounds the dwarf bodies in a harmonious orbit.
The space expert said: "Finding all these objects at a similar location suggests that there is a large planet that is shaving the Goblin and other objects."
The wandering planet X, or Nibiru, is considered by many conspiracy theorists to be a planet 10 times larger than Earth
Nibiru's elliptical orbit probably takes the rogue planet along in a 3600-year orbit of the Sun.
During this time, dozens of scenario enthusiasts often claim that Nibiru was on a collision course with the Earth.
Others have claimed a number of times that Planet X is a biblical harbinger of death prophesied in the Bible and other sacred scriptures.
There are also people who believe that Nibiru is inhabited by a variety of technologically advanced extraterrestrials known as the Annunaki, who transfer their knowledge to people when our two planets intersect.
However, there is absolutely no evidence for paranormal connection with the undiscovered planet and the existence of Planet X.
According to NASA's chief scientist Dr. David Morrison, there is no "credible evidence" for the existence of the apocalyptic planet X.
READ MORE: Nibiru SHOCK: do they hide Planet X from us? Conspiracy expert finally breaks the silence
The scientist said: "There are no photos, no tracking, no astronomical observations."
But NASA has studied the outer edges of the solar system for a planetary body named Planet Nine.
Hypothetical planet nine, formerly known as planet X until conspiracy theorists hijacked the name, could be a body outside the orbit of Pluto.
The American space agency said some mathematical evidence was collected by the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) to support the existence of Planet Nine.
If the planet exists, it can be in the orbit of 10,000 to 20,000 years from the sun.
Jim Green, director of NASA's Planetary Science Division, said: "The possibility of a new planet is certainly an exciting experience for me as a planetary scientist and for all of us.
"However, this is not the discovery or discovery of a new planet, it is too early to say with certainty that there is a so-called Planet X.
"What we see is an early prediction based on modeling from limited observations, which is the beginning of a process that can lead to an exciting result."
Caltech's researchers think the planet could be 10 times as heavy as the Earth and 20 times farther from the Sun than Neptune.
READ MORE: End of the world 2018: & # 39; Nibiru is HERE & # 39; warns David Meade for Planet X World War 3