Formation, Orbital and Internal Evolutions of Young Planetary Systems

  title={Formation, Orbital and Internal Evolutions of Young Planetary Systems},
  author={C. Baruteau and X. Bai and C. Mordasini and P. Molli{\`e}re},
  journal={Space Science Reviews},
  • C. Baruteau, X. Bai, +1 author P. Mollière
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Space Science Reviews
  • The growing body of observational data on extrasolar planets and protoplanetary disks has stimulated intense research on planet formation and evolution in the past few years. The extremely diverse, sometimes unexpected physical and orbital characteristics of exoplanets lead to frequent updates on the mainstream scenarios for planet formation and evolution, but also to the exploration of alternative avenues. The aim of this review is to bring together classical pictures and new ideas on the… CONTINUE READING
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