RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES, VOL. 16, ES1003, doi:10.2205/2016ES000563, 2016
V. N. Anfilogov
The mathematical approximation of the relation for the distances of planets from the Sun and distribution of the planet masses in the Solar system are represented. It is shown that the planetary distances from the Sun can be accurately described by the logarithmic spiral equation. The same relation is established for the four biggest satellites of the Jupiter. The relationship between the masses of the terrestrial planets and their distance from the Sun. is described by the parabola equation. This relationship for the outer planets of the Solar system is described by hyperbola equation. These data allow us to conclude, that the big gaseous planets were formed on the terrestrial planets position on the beginning stage. The gaseous components of these planets were redistributed between the Sun and the Jupiter on the next stage and the terrestrial planets were formed from residual material. There are three hypotheses, which can be used for the new models of formation of the planetary systems. Hypothesis 1. Besides molecular clouds there is another source of material, from which stars and planet systems forms. Hypothesis 2. Protosolar cloud can have form high temperature plasma jet. Hypothesis 3. The jet of plasma can roll up in the spiral whirl in which a material moves towards the pole of the spiral where the central star forms.
Received 2 February 2016; accepted 4 February 2016; published 18 February 2016.
Citation: Anfilogov V. N. (2016), Re-distribution of the planetary material between the Sun and giant planets at the process of the terrestrial planets formation, Russ. J. Earth Sci., 16, ES1003, doi:10.2205/2016ES000563.
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