The Role Of Planetary Migration In The Evolution Of The
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Planetary Migration. Migration occurs when a planetary body loses or gains orbital angular momentum due to either friction (either through aerodynamic drag with the surrounding gas or dynamical friction with surrounding smaller planetesimals) or the imbalance of momentum transfer between the planetary body and the nearby disk material. Planetary migration is
(PDF) The Dynamical Role Of The Circumplanetary Disc In. The dynamical role of the circumplanetary disc in planetary migration Article (PDF Available) in Astronomy and Astrophysics 502(2) · June 2009 with 53 Reads How we measure 'reads'
The Dynamical Role Of The Circumplanetary Disc In. The dynamical role of the circumplanetary disc in planetary migration By A. Crida, C. Baruteau, W. Kley and F. Masset No static citation data No static citation data Cite
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