Bulletin of the American Physical Society
68th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics
Volume 60, Number 21
Sunday–Tuesday, November 22–24, 2015; Boston, Massachusetts
Session KP1: Poster Session
Monday, November 23, 2015
Room: Exhibit Hall D (Technical Poster Display Area)
Abstract ID: BAPS.2015.DFD.KP1.11
Abstract: KP1.00011 : Implications of new planet discoveries to our knowledge of solar system
(University of New Mexico)
In recent years a number of new planetoids have been reported, in particular by M. Brown and his team. While new planet discoveries have been reported from time to time, known as exoplanets, nonetheless discovery of new planetoids in the solar system are very interesting, because they are found after a long period of silence after Pluto finding, around seventy years ago. Therefore, it seems interesting to find out implications of this discovery to our knowledge of solar system, in particular in the context of quantization of celestial system.
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