Stability of the co-orbital resonance under dissipation

@article{Leleu2019StabilityOT,
  title={Stability of the co-orbital resonance under dissipation},
  author={Adrien Leleu and Gavin A L Coleman and Sareh Ataiee},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
Despite the existence of co-orbital bodies in the solar system, and the prediction of the formation of co-orbital planets by planetary system formation models, no co-orbital exoplanets (also called trojans) have been detected thus far. In this paper we investigate how a pair of co-orbital exoplanets would fare during their migration in a protoplanetary disc. To this end, we computed a stability criterion of the Lagrangian equilibria L4 and L5 under generic dissipation and slow mass evolution… 
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