Tidal and general relativistic effects in rocky planet formation at the substellar mass limit using N-body simulations

26 Mar 2020 Sánchez Mariana B. de Elía Gonzalo C. Downes Juan José

Recent observational results show that very low mass stars and brown dwarfs are able to host close-in rocky planets. Low-mass stars are the most abundant stars in the Galaxy and the formation efficiency of their planetary systems is relevant in the computation of a global probability of finding Earth-like planets inside habitable zones... (read more)

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  • EARTH AND PLANETARY ASTROPHYSICS
  • SOLAR AND STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS