Trans-Neptunian objects as natural probes to the unknown solar

... was an optimal candidate to be the source of SPCs, based on two main results. First, the inclination distribution of objects leaving the trans-Neptunian belt was dynamically preserved after entering into the inner solar system (modeled with i < 30 deg, roughly the same as that of the SPCs4). This ru ...

... was an optimal candidate to be the source of SPCs, based on two main results. First, the inclination distribution of objects leaving the trans-Neptunian belt was dynamically preserved after entering into the inner solar system (modeled with i < 30 deg, roughly the same as that of the SPCs4). This ru ...

The Magnetic Field of the Earth

... (∇ · H = 0) and one must always consider a pair of opposite poles. Opposite poles attract and like poles repel each other. If the distance d between the poles is (inﬁnitesimally) small → dipole. • Gravitational potential (or any potential due to a monopole) falls of as 1 over r, and the gravitation ...

... (∇ · H = 0) and one must always consider a pair of opposite poles. Opposite poles attract and like poles repel each other. If the distance d between the poles is (inﬁnitesimally) small → dipole. • Gravitational potential (or any potential due to a monopole) falls of as 1 over r, and the gravitation ...

Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): Gas Fuelling of Spiral Galaxies

... luminous galaxies form and initially evolve as disk galaxies at the center of isolated dark matter halos (DMH). Under this paradigm, as dark matter over-densities decouple from the large scale flow and collapse, the baryons of the ambient intergalactic medium bound to the potential well of the nasce ...

... luminous galaxies form and initially evolve as disk galaxies at the center of isolated dark matter halos (DMH). Under this paradigm, as dark matter over-densities decouple from the large scale flow and collapse, the baryons of the ambient intergalactic medium bound to the potential well of the nasce ...

Stars and dust in the Galactic Center

... Binned velocity dispersion used for Jeans modeling . . . . . . . Radial and tangential dispersions as function of the radius . . . Average radial velocities from our data and the literature . . . . Data and ﬁts of the Jeans modeling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Binwise median and maximum three-di ...

... Binned velocity dispersion used for Jeans modeling . . . . . . . Radial and tangential dispersions as function of the radius . . . Average radial velocities from our data and the literature . . . . Data and ﬁts of the Jeans modeling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Binwise median and maximum three-di ...

An axis-free overset grid in spherical polar coordinates for

... spherical polar grid. It is straightforward to determine the corresponding interpolation coefficients. The mapping of vector quantities between the Yin and Yang grid patches requires an additional step. After interpolating the vector components they must be transformed according to the transformatio ...

... spherical polar grid. It is straightforward to determine the corresponding interpolation coefficients. The mapping of vector quantities between the Yin and Yang grid patches requires an additional step. After interpolating the vector components they must be transformed according to the transformatio ...