PLANET FORMATION IN THE LAB: LIQUID IMPACTS AS ANALOGS FOR PLANETARY COLLISIONS

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Maylis Landeau - IPGP, Paris The Earth formed 4.5 billion years ago by large collisions inside a disk of orbiting objects. These collisions set the initial temperature and composition for the later evolution of the planet. Based on numerical simulations, we know that, after each impact, the metallic core of the impactor separated from the […]

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