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Dynamical classification of trans-neptunian objects: Probing their origin, evolution, and interrelation
Abstract The orbital structure of trans-neptunian objects (TNOs) in the trans-neptunian belt (Edgeworth–Kuiper belt) and scattered disk provides important clues to understand the origin and evolutionExpand
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Resonance sticking in the scattered disk
Abstract We investigate the dynamical evolution of trans-neptunian objects (TNOs) in typical scattered disk orbits (scattered TNOs) by performing simulations using several thousand particles lyingExpand
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AN OUTER PLANET BEYOND PLUTO AND THE ORIGIN OF THE TRANS-NEPTUNIAN BELT ARCHITECTURE
Trans-Neptunian objects (TNOs) are remnants of a collisionally and dynamically evolved planetesimal disk in the outer solar system. This complex structure, known as the trans-Neptunian belt (orExpand
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THE OUTER SOLAR SYSTEM ORIGINS SURVEY. I. DESIGN AND FIRST-QUARTER DISCOVERIES
National Research Council of Canada; National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada; Academia Sinica Postdoctoral Fellowship
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The dynamical evolution of dwarf planet (136108) Haumea’s collisional family: general properties and implications for the trans-Neptunian belt
Recently, the first collisional family was identified in the trans-Neptunian belt (otherwise known as the Edgeworth-Kuiper belt), providing direct evidence of the importance of collisions betweenExpand
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Origin and dynamical evolution of Neptune Trojans: I. formation and planetary migration
We present the results of detailed dynamical simulations of the effect of the migration of the four giant planets on both the transport of pre-formed Neptune Trojans and the capture of new TrojansExpand
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Constraining the Formation of the Four Terrestrial Planets in the Solar System
To reproduce the orbits and masses of the terrestrial planets (analogs) of the solar system, most studies scrutinize simulations for success as a batch. However, there is insufficient discussion inExpand
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Terrestrial Planet Formation: Constraining the Formation of Mercury
The formation of the four terrestrial planets of the solar system is one of the most fundamental problems in the planetary sciences. However, the formation of Mercury remains poorly understood. WeExpand
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Exploring the 7:4 mean motion resonance—I: Dynamical evolution of classical transneptunian objects
Abstract In the transneptunian classical region ( 42 AU a 48 AU ), an unexpected orbital excitation in eccentricity and inclination, dynamically distinct populations and the presence of chaoticExpand
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Trans-Neptunian Objects as Natural Probes to the Unknown Solar System
Trans-Neptunian objects (TNOs) are icy/rocky bodies that move beyond the orbit of Neptune in a region known as the trans-Neptunian belt (or Edgeworth-Kuiper belt). In contrast to the predictions ofExpand
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