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Pic related, it's the original comic panel.
We haven't witnessed a whole orbit, since it's period is ~248 years, but based on the observed trajectory we can show that Pluto must be in orbit.
In other words it might be an extrapolation of the collected data.
We take the inverse of the frequenzy in hertz to get the time in seconds.
t=1/f=1/(.00000000000000182 Hz )=5.50*10^(14)s
That is the time it takes for one period, in seconds, converting it to years we get
t=5.50*10^(14)s/((60^2*24*365.24)s/year)=1.74*10^(7) years, or
17 400 000 years, which is about one thousands of the current age of the universe.
That's still a pretty fucked up number for a wave period.
How can we be sure it's truly a wave if we haven't witnessed even one whole period yet ?
We haven't witnessed a whole orbit, since it's period is ~248 years, but based on the observed trajectory we can show that Pluto must be in orbit.
In other words it might be an extrapolation of the collected data.