Solar System: Structure, Formation and Exploration


Editor: Matteo de Rossi

Series: Space Science, Exploration and Policies

In this book, the authors present topical research in the study of the structure, formation and exploration of the solar system. Topics discussed in this compilation include a quantum-like model to search the origin of the solar system structure; close binaries, eccentric exojupiters, and the solar system; harnessing energy from the sun by splitting water using Mn-oxo or Co-based catalytic systems to mimic photosynthesis; a relativistic positioning system exploiting pulsating sources for navigation across the solar system and the role of solar wind dynamics on interstellar dust in the solar system.




A Quantum-Like Model to Search the Origin of the Solar System Structure;pp. 1-30
(Qingxiang Nie, Department of Physics, Shandong Normal University, Jinan, China)

Close Binaries, Eccentric Exojupiters, and the Solar System;pp. 31-55
(Edward M. Drobyshevski, Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute of RAS, St. Petersburg, Russia)

Harness Energy of the Sun by Splitting Water Using Mn-oxo or Co-based Catalytic Systems to Mimic Photosynthesis;pp. 57-74
(Harvey J.M. Hou, Department of Physical Sciences, Alabama State University, Montgomery, Alabama, USA)

A Relativistic Positioning System Exploiting Pulsating Sources for Navigation across the Solar System and Beyond;pp. 75-95
(Angelo Tartaglia, Matteo Luca Ruggiero, Emiliano Capolongo, DIFIS Politecnico di Torino, corso Duca degli Abruzzi, Torino, Italy, and others)

An Estimate of the Long-term Tendency of the Tidal Evolution of the Earth-Lunar System;pp. 97-104
(Gao Yi,Xiao Naiyuan, Department of Astronomy, Nanjing University, Nanjing, P.R. China)

A Role of the Solar Wind in Dynamics of Interstellar Dust in the Solar System;pp. 105-119
(M. Kocifaj, J. Klacka, Dept. of Interplanetary Matter, Astronomical Institute Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava Slovak Republic and others)

A Probabilistic Model for the Solar System Planetary Distribution
Driven by the Central Star Features;pp. 121-151
(Andrea Bolle, Christian Circi, “Sapienza”, University of Rome, Italy)

Regularities in Systems of Planets and Moons;pp. 153-199
(Vlasta Perinova, Antonin Luks, Pavel Pintr, Joint Laboratory of Optics, Palacky University, RCPTM, Olomouc, Czech Republic}

A Model of Forming Planets and Distribution of Planetary Distances and Orbits in the Solar System Based on the Statistical Theory of Spheroidal Bodies;pp. 201-264
(Alexander M. Krot, Laboratory of Self-Organization System Modeling, United Institute of Informatics Problems, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk)


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