God cannot possibly exist, as he would've been detected many years ago and be imaged by Hubble and Voyager
If God was real outside of outside of our Solar System, Hubble would easily detect him and take breath-taking pictures. He is the creator and would've been one of the first sights by Hubble. Also, IRAS would easily detect heat from him. If he was inside our Solar System, he would severely affect the orbits of Pluto and MakeMake and also would've been detected long ago, through his disturbing signature on the paths of the dwarf planets. Meanwhile, I count on Hubble, WISE, New Horizons, the Voyagers, and Pioneer 11 to disprove God's existence.
Remember Planet X
What's Planet X you ask? It's the hypothetical planet once searched for by astronomers to account for discrepancies in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune. In 1894 Bostonian astronomer Percival Lowell became convinced that the planets Uranus and Neptune had slight discrepancies in their orbits. He concluded that they were being tugged by the gravity of another, more distant planet, which he called "Planet X". However, nearly a century of searching failed to turn up any evidence for such an object (Pluto was initially believed to be Planet X, but was later determined to be too small). In 1994, astronomer Myles Standish showed that the supposed discrepancies in the planets' orbits were illusory; the product of an overestimation of the mass of Neptune. Today astronomers accept that Planet X does not exist. Same with God. One day, the existence of God will be proved as an illusion, as God cannot exist, by using data from space probes or telescope.
He's dead, Jim
If God would exist in his form right now, even a slight tug from another Solar System body, even one as small as Pluto, would destabilize God's orbit and send him flying into interstellar space, killing him instantly.
- If God were to exist, he would exist for a short while until Jupiter expelled him
- He was struck by a hypothetical brown dwarf or a major planet hiding in the Oort Cloud, the 9th planet known as Tyche.
- It was struck by another large celestial body, possibly one of Jupiter's Galilean moons.
Any of these would kick God into a highly elliptical orbit. The orbital paths of the Kuiper Belt and Oort Cloud objects in our solar system have increasingly inclined and elongated orbits, from Quaoar's 8° and nearly circular orbit, to Pluto and MakeMake's 17° and 28° (respectively) slightly elongated orbits, to Tyche's 44° oblong orbit, to God's astounding 86-90° inclination to the ecliptic and an orbit like a super stretched rubber band. As mentioned earlier, this would send him flying out of the Solar System, killing him instantly.