The formation of the solar system

@article{Pfalzner2015TheFO,
  title={The formation of the solar system},
  author={S. Pfalzner and M. Davies and M. Gounelle and A. Johansen and C. Muenker and P. Lacerda and S. Zwart and L. Testi and M. Trieloff and D. Veras},
  journal={Physica Scripta},
  year={2015},
  volume={90},
  pages={068001}
}
The solar system started to form about 4.56 Gyr ago and despite the long intervening time span, there still exist several clues about its formation. The three major sources for this information are meteorites, the present solar system structure and the planet-forming systems around young stars. In this introduction we give an overview of the current understanding of the solar system formation from all these different research fields. This includes the question of the lifetime of the solar… Expand
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