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Автор(ов): 

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Параметры публикации

Тип публикации: 

Тезисы доклада

Название: 

Probabilistic analysis of the cosmic masses accumulations in the Solar system

Электронная публикация: 

Да

ISBN/ISSN: 

978-5-00015-050-4

DOI: 

0.21046/11MS3-2020

Наименование конференции: 

  • 11th Moscow Solar System Symposium (11M-S3) (2020, Moscow)

Наименование источника: 

  • Abstracts of the 11th Moscow Solar System Symposium (11M-S3) (2020, Moscow)

Город: 

  • Moscow

Издательство: 

  • Space Research Institute RAS

Год издания: 

2020

Страницы: 

280
Аннотация
KEYWORDS: numerical simulation, cosmic masses, asteroids, dust particles, stable configuration, elliptical orbits, circle orbits, steady states INTRODUCTION: Cosmic masses: asteroids, small planets, dust particles and dust clouds fill the interplanetary space. There is still no answer, why instead of one planet, we have an asteroid belt stable configuration with small planets, such as Ceres. There are many hypotheses for the belt conformation. For example, Sean N. Raymond and Andre Izidoro suggested in [1] that in fact there was no planetary embryo, and the belt was formed from the debris of the planets during their formation and immediately took its current form.

Библиографическая ссылка: 

Самохин А.С., Сальникова Т.В. Probabilistic analysis of the cosmic masses accumulations in the Solar system / Abstracts of the 11th Moscow Solar System Symposium (11M-S3) (2020, Moscow). Moscow: Space Research Institute RAS, 2020. С. 280.