Survival of Terrestrial Planets in the Presence of Giant Planet Migration

@article{Sigurdsson2003SurvivalOT,
  title={Survival of Terrestrial Planets in the Presence of Giant Planet Migration},
  author={Avi M. MandellSteinn Sigurdsson},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={599}
}
The presence of "hot Jupiters," Jovian-mass planets with very short orbital periods orbiting nearby main-sequence stars, has been proposed to be primarily due to the orbital migration of planets formed in orbits initially much farther from the parent star. This migration affects the evolution of inner terrestrial planets in these systems. Previous analyses have assumed that no terrestrial planets survive after migration has occurred. We present numerical simulations showing that a significant… Expand

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