5 Earth-like worlds may lurk in the outer reaches of the solar system, simulations suggest

Jan 8, 2024
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Interesting! Intuitively, I would not have thought this to be likely. If an FFP forms from a cloud of gas, it's most likely mostly hydrogen and helium, not rocky. And if it's flung out of another solar system, its speed would most likely be too high to be captured by our sun, especially in the outer solar system.

Apparently the models show that it is possible after all! Nice job!
Jun 19, 2023
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