Planets orbiting Quark Nova compact remnants

@article{Keranen2003PlanetsOQ,
  title={Planets orbiting Quark Nova compact remnants},
  author={P. Keranen and R. O. Nordita and Copenhagen and Denmark. and D. Physics and Astronomy and U. Calgary and Canada.},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2003},
  volume={407}
}
We explore planet formation in the Quark Nova scenario. If a millisecond pulsar explodes as a Quark Nova, a pro- toplanetary disk can be formed out of the metal rich fall-back material. The propeller mechanism transfers angular momentum from the born quark star to the disk that will go through viscous evolution with later plausible grain condensation and planet formation. As a result, earth-size planets on circular orbits may form within short radii from the central quark star. The planets in… Expand
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