While the concept does not imply an actual physical location, the idea of locating the planet in space seems reasonable. Though Earth is the center of the universe, it does not provide much for the use of our solar system. Thus any space station in our solar system must be able to explore and travel through the Milky Way galaxy in order to arrive there. That is, any landmass like our own will need to be colonized by a planet with an asteroid in orbit, like Earth.
Another consideration for this planetary placement theory is the fact that our planet would be more vulnerable to asteroid mining than asteroids in the next planetary system created by aliens. The asteroid-mining system is already an asteroid mining system with its own asteroids. A number of other asteroids have been discovered along the way (e.g., the asteroid belt) and one has been discovered here, in fact, to be the closest star of the solar system. However, there is nothing illegal about the location of an asteroid (or another planetary body).
Our proposed lunar colonies should be manned by a planet-building engineer, but would need to be capable of meeting their demands; in any case, such an engineer would come in to the presence of our system and operate the system.
A more plausible hypothesis is that our solar system might
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