Terrestrial planet formation in low-eccentricity warm-Jupiter systems

@article{Fogg2009TerrestrialPF,
  title={Terrestrial planet formation in low-eccentricity warm-Jupiter systems},
  author={Martyn J. Fogg and R. P. Nelson},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2009},
  volume={498},
  pages={575-589}
}
Context. Extrasolar giant planets are found to orbit their host stars with a broad range of semi-major axes 0.02 ≤ a ≤ 6 AU. Current theories suggest that giant planets orbiting at distances between � 0.02−2 AU probably formed at larger distances and migrated to their current locations via type II migration, disturbing any inner system of forming terrestrial planets along the way. Migration probably halts because of fortuitously-timed gas disk dispersal. Aims. The aim of this paper is to… Expand
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