HOLD ON TO YOUR VOLATILES - EARLY PRESERVATION IN EVOLVING ICY PLANETESIMALS

@inproceedings{Stewart2013HOLDOT,
  title={HOLD ON TO YOUR VOLATILES - EARLY PRESERVATION IN EVOLVING ICY PLANETESIMALS},
  author={Sarah T. Stewart},
  year={2013}
}
Introduction. The outer Solar System hosts a vast population of small icy bodies, considered to be primitive remnants from the planet formation epoch [1]. Early thermal and collisional processes affected such planetesimals to varying degrees depending on the time scale and dynamics of early planet growth. Hence, key information about early planet formation processes in proto-planetary disks are recorded in icy-rocky bodies, ranging from comets to dwarf planets. Recent observations have revealed… CONTINUE READING

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