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Nebula (8) - Planets Collide (File)


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2013
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  1. eccoponcasillo.tacrigositurtaicloninmerquigraphti.co are two types of planets. Ðsmall, rocky terrestrial planets Ðlarge, hydrogen-rich Jovian planets The Solar Nebula ¥The nebular theory holds that our Solar System formed out of a nebula which collapsed under its own gravity. ¥As the nebula collapses, clumps of gas collide .
  2. Ant Nebula: Mz 3: (approx.) Norma: Shapley 1: PLN + ~1 Norma: Engraved Hourglass Nebula: MyCn 18 Etched Hourglass Nebula (approx.) Musca: NGC Blue Planetary Centaurus: Fleming 1: G+ ESO ? Centaurus: Southern Owl Nebula: PN K ESO
  3. A flattened solar nebula disk exists after cloud spins and contracts Condensation nuclei form clumps that grow into moon-size planetesimals Solar wind from star formation (Sun forming) blow out the rest of the gas Planetesimals collide and grow Planetesimals form the basic planets over hundred million years Why the difference between inner and.
  4. Making the Planets • As gravity continues to pull on the particles in the spinning disc, they collide with each other. These repeated collisions cause bigger and bigger particles to form. When the particles area large enough, they are called PLANETESIMALS. • These planetesimals continue to collide and eventually forming.
  5. Formation and Growth of Planetesimals Planet formation starts with clumping together of grains of solid matter: planetesimals Planetesimals (few cm to km in size) collide to form planets. Planetesimal growth through condensation and accretion. Gravitational instabilities may have helped in the growth of planetesimals into protoplanets.
  6. category of dwarf planet along with Eris and Ceres.[2] A dwarf planet is not required to clear its neighbourhood of other celestial bodies. Other objects that may become classified as dwarf planets are Sedna, Orcus, and Quaoar. From the time of its discovery in until , Pluto was considered the Solar System's ninth planet.
  7. -dust grains and pebbles in solar nebula collided and stuck together-millions of yrs- dusts formed into larger clumps, called planetesimals-planetesimals collided to form protoplanet in a process called accretion (small particles come together to from large particles)-outer planets formed form accretion of planetesimals.
  8. A habitable or Earth-like planet more or less requires a sun to orbit around, to give it light and heat. Now, the planet and sun can exist outside a galaxy or in an nebula. But just a planet with no sun is going to freeze solid. Unless it is so radioactive it glows blue in the dark.
  9. Materials in the Solar Nebula Hydrogen and Helium Gas hydrogen, helium do not condense in nebula 98% Hydrogen Compounds water (H2O), methane (CH4), ammonia (NH3).

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