Jupiter formed as a pebble pile around the N2 ice line

  title={Jupiter formed as a pebble pile around the N2 ice line},
  author={Arthur D. Bosman and Alex J. Cridland and Yamila Miguel},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
The region around the H$_2$O ice line, due to its higher surface density, seems to be the ideal location to form planets. The core of Jupiter, as well as the cores of close in gas giants are thus thought to form in this region of the disk. Actually constraining the formation location of individual planets has proven to be difficult, however. We aim to use the Nitrogen abundance in Jupiter, which is around 4 times solar, in combination with \textit{Juno} constraints on the total mass of heavy… Expand

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