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On the formation of our solar system and many other protoplanetary systems observed by ALMA and SPHERE

@article{Christodoulou2019OnTF,
  title={On the formation of our solar system and many other protoplanetary systems observed by ALMA and SPHERE},
  author={Dimitris M. Christodoulou and Demosthenes Kazanas},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
In view of the many recent observations conducted by ALMA and SPHERE, it is becoming clear that protoplanetary disks form planets in narrow annular gaps at various distances from the central protostars before these protostars are actually fully formed and the gaseous disks have concluded their accretion/dispersal processes. This is in marked contrast to the many multi-planet exoplanetary systems that do not conform to this pristine picture. This major discrepancy calls for an explanation. We… 

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