The Capture Hypothesis of the Origin of the Moon
At the conference Professor Urey gave an outline of those ideas which he had developed during the past few years which have a bearing on the origin of the Moon. Papers showing the development of these ideas are given in the bibliography appended to this abstract.
KeywordsSolar System Adiabatic Compression Capture Process Monthly Notice Iron Meteorite
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