ASTR 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Small Solar System Body, Angular Momentum, Orbital Inclination

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The cloud of dust and gas collapses into a sphere. Matter starts to accumulate through the process of condensation and accretion a. b. Planetary bodies form and build through collisions and clearing. Has enough gravity to pull it into a round shape. A dwarf planet is a celestial body that. Has enough mass to pull itself into a nearly round shape. All other objects, except satellites orbiting the sun shall be referred to collectively as small solar system bodies. Not very far from each other (note representing these on a scale-like system) Means jupiter-like (aka the gas giants or outer planets) Can"t land on them (just a big ball of gas) Can"t see all of them (some are more visible than others), but they all do have ring systems. All planets revolve in the same direction around the sun. All planets have different obliquities, so all of them rotate in the same direction.

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