Planet-Disc Interactions and Early Evolution of Planetary Systems

@article{Baruteau2013PlanetDiscIA,
  title={Planet-Disc Interactions and Early Evolution of Planetary Systems},
  author={C. Baruteau and A. Crida and S. Paardekooper and F. Masset and J. Guilet and B. Bitsch and R. Nelson and W. Kley and J. Papaloizou},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2013},
  pages={667}
}
The great diversity of extrasolar planetary systems has challenged our understanding of how planets form, and how their orbits evolve as they form. Among the various processes that may account for this diversity, the gravitational interaction between planets and their parent protoplanetary disc plays a prominent role in shaping young planetary systems. Planet-disc forces are large, and the characteristic times for the evolution of planets orbital elements are much shorter than the lifetime of… Expand

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