How the "peas in a pod" pattern arises during the formation of compact planetary systems
Gijs Mulders - University of ChicagoDec 21, 2020
Formation & evolution
System architectures and dynamics
planetary system architectures
Earths in Other Solar Systems
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Contributed talk at Exoplanets III (virtual edition) Kepler's multi-planet systems are "peas in a pod" with planets that are similar in size, regularly spaced, and with low orbital inclinations. This pattern arises during the giant impact stage of planet formation when gravitational excitation between proto-planets compete with the damping by ambient ...