Oligarchic and giant impact growth of terrestrial planets in the presence of gas giant planet migration

  title={Oligarchic and giant impact growth of terrestrial planets in the presence of gas giant planet migration},
  author={Martyn J. Fogg and R. P. Nelson},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
Giant planets found orbiting close to their central stars, the so-called hot Jupiters, are thought to have originally formed in the cooler outer regions of a protoplanetary disk and then to have migrated inward via tidal interactions with the nebula gas. We present the results of N-body simulations which examine the effect such gas giant planet migration has on the formation of terrestrial planets. The models incorporate a 0.5 Jupiter mass planet undergoing type II migration through an inner… Expand
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