Formation of the terrestrial planets in the solar system around 1 au via radial concentration of planetesimals

@article{Ogihara2018FormationOT,
  title={Formation of the terrestrial planets in the solar system around 1 au via radial concentration of planetesimals},
  author={M. Ogihara and E. Kokubo and T. Suzuki and A. Morbidelli},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2018}
}
No planets exist inside the orbit of Mercury and the terrestrial planets of the solar system exhibit a localized configuration. According to thermal structure calculation of protoplanetary disks, a silicate condensation line (~ 1300 K) is located around 0.1 au from the Sun except for the early phase of disk evolution, and planetesimals could have formed inside the orbit of Mercury. A recent study of disk evolution that includes magnetically driven disk winds showed that the gas disk obtains a… Expand

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