A reduced efficiency of terrestrial planet formation following giant planet migration

@inproceedings{Armitage2002ARE,
  title={A reduced efficiency of terrestrial planet formation following giant planet migration},
  author={Philip Armitage},
  year={2002}
}
Substantial orbital migration of massive planets may occur in most extrasolar planetary systems. Since migration is likely to occur after a significant fraction of the dust has been locked up into planetesimals, ubiquitous migration could reduce the probability of forming terrestrial planets at radii of the order of 1 au. Using a simple time dependent model for the evolution of gas and solids in the disk, I show that replenishment of solid material in the inner disk, following the inward… CONTINUE READING

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