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Like asteroid clusters or any kind of what-not thought to be part of our solar system?
I hesitated to use the word orbit. I was just thinking of there. Sort of the way galactic globular clusters seems to be found along the galactic axes of rotation. I saw a diagram of the solar system the other day, in relation to the Ceres mission. It shows the asteroid belts in a way I'd never seem before. Just seems like a lot of structure for clouds of those things, made me wonder about spherical structure, not just an orbital plane.. Maybe the diagram was bogus. I'll see if I can find it.Do you mean an asteroid cluster that is clustered in the direction of the sun's axis of rotation? If so, it can't be in orbit.