USA: Jupiter was the source of the shock wave, melt interplanetary matter

11.03.2005

11.03.2005


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Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system, was convicted in the occurrence of the smallest bodies in interplanetary space — hondrul. The article explains the unusual space "relationship", published by astrophysicists Alan Boss (Alan Boss) and Richard Durizenom (Richard H. Durisen) in The Astrophysical Journal.

Hondruly are solid silicate beads several millimeters in diameter and occur as inclusions in many meteorites. It is believed that hondruly — the oldest solar system solids.

Scientists believe that hondruly formed by a shock wave, melt and compacted space dust 4.6 billion years ago. While the signal wave has not been set, this statement remains a hypothesis. In the proposed model Durizenom Boss and "blow" due to the restructuring of gravitationally unstable protoplanetary disk from which later formed Jupiter. Disks located at a distance of 5 AU from the Sun, flanked long "sleeves", whose influence was noticeable in the current asteroid belt — to the "homeland" hondrul.

Battery News, 09-03-2005 10:22

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