Early Initiation of Inner Solar System Formation at the Dead-zone Inner Edge

@article{Ueda2021EarlyIO,
  title={Early Initiation of Inner Solar System Formation at the Dead-zone Inner Edge},
  author={Takahiro Ueda and Masahiro Ogihara and Eiichiro Kokubo and Satoshi Okuzumi},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={921}
}
The inner solar system possesses a unique orbital structure in which there are no planets inside the Mercury orbit and the mass is concentrated around the Venus and Earth orbits. The origins of these features still remain unclear. We propose a novel concept that the building blocks of the inner solar system formed at the dead-zone inner edge in the early phase of the protosolar disk evolution, where the disk is effectively heated by the disk accretion. First, we compute the dust evolution in a… 

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