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How does a solar system form?
« on: 26/01/2012 11:21:51 »
Given a start point of the gas and bits of dust left over from a supernova, or from a primoridal source - how does a solar system form?

Once planets are formed, how do they get into stable orbits?
Asked by Vincent Risi & Jane Maddin


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What gets stars started?
« Reply #1 on: 29/09/2011 15:48:34 »
Isn't the idea that we get 'new' material from supernovas etc, that is 'exploding stars?'?
 

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