OUTWARD MIGRATION OF JUPITER AND SATURN IN EVOLVED GASEOUS DISKS

@article{DAngelo2012OUTWARDMO,
  title={OUTWARD MIGRATION OF JUPITER AND SATURN IN EVOLVED GASEOUS DISKS},
  author={Gennaro D’Angelo and Francesco Marzari},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={757}
}
The outward migration of a pair of resonant-orbit planets, driven by tidal interactions with a gas-dominated disk, is studied in the context of evolved solar nebula models. The planets' masses, M1 and M2, correspond to those of Jupiter and Saturn. Hydrodynamical calculations in two and three dimensions are used to quantify the migration rates and analyze the conditions under which the outward migration mechanism may operate. The planets are taken to be fully formed after 106 and before 3 × 106… 

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