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Mineralogie pp 629-638 | Cite as

Die Entstehung unseres Sonnensystems

  • Martin Okrusch
  • Siegfried Matthes
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Zusammenfassung

Bevor wir uns der Frage zuwenden, welche Prozesse zur Entstehung unseres Sonnensystems geführt haben, müssen wir uns zunächst einige grundlegende Tatsachen ins Gedächtnis rufen (Unsöld u. Baschek 2005; Chambers 2005; Weigert et al. 2005):
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    Die Bahnen der Planeten sind nahezu kreisförmig und koplanar; sie besitzen den gleichen Umlaufsinn, der mit dem der Sonne übereinstimmt. Nach der Regel von Titius-Bode.

     

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Univ. Würzburg Mineralogisches InstitutWürzburgDeutschland
  2. 2.Inst. MineralogieUniv. Würzburg Fak. GeowissenschaftenWürzburgDeutschland

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