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Radiation forces on small particles in the solar system

Radiation forces on small particles in the solar system,10.1016/0019-1035(79)90050-2,Icarus,J. A. Burns,P. L. Lamy,S. Soter

Radiation forces on small particles in the solar system   (Citations: 264)
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Journal: Icarus , vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 1-48, 1979
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    • ...grains are produced due to collisions of objects within the Kuiper Belt 1 ;g rains spiral in toward the Sun due to the Poynting–Robertson effect (see [7]); neutral atoms are produced by sputtering and are converted into pickup ions when they become ionized; the pickup ions are transported by the solar wind to the termination shock and, as they are convected, are pre-accelerated due to interaction with shocks and due to wave–particle ...

    Robert F. Wimmer-Schweingruberet al. Interstellar heliospheric probe/heliospheric boundary explorer mission...

    • ...radial drift rates decelerate and the particles pile up at the sublimation zone (e.g., Mukai and Yamamoto 1979; Burns et al. 1979)...
    • ...is the ratio of the stellar wind pressure to the gravitational force (e.g., Burns et al. 1979)...
    • ...particle, which are defined in terms of its position r and velocity v at a moment, are given (e.g., Burns et al. 1979) by...
    • ...right-hand-side of Eq. (1) for ˙ v, we obtain da/dt and de/dt (cf. Burns et al. 1979)...

    Hiroshi Kobayashiet al. Dust ring formation due to sublimation of dust grains drifting radiall...

    • ...Q pr ≃1 is the Poynting­Robertson drag coefficient for ;this size range (Burns et al. 1979).  When...

    Brett GLADMANet al. Mercurian impact ejecta: Meterorites and mantle

    • ...The solar radiation pressure can quickly (6 months) pump up the eccentricities of 0.02 to 5 µm diameter particles escaping the Moon (Burns et al., 1979)...
    • ...The PR-drag, forcing larger (tens of µm) sized dust particles on geocentric orbits to spiral in towards Earth, acts in a similar time interval as the gravitational forces, i.e., 104 years (Gladman et al., 1995; Burns et al., 1979)...

    Jörg Fritzet al. Lunar helium-3 in marine sediments: Implications for a late Eocene ast...

    • ...where c is the speed of light, v = _ r is the velocity of the dust grain, and , the radiation pressure to gravity ratio, is a constant depending on the luminosity and mass of the star as well as the grain size, density and optical properties [40]...
    • ...1To avoid confusion, note that some authors dene the P-R force differently, either as the radial part of Frad or as the whole term with r0 in (2) [40]...
    • ...A number of more exotic effects exists that may inuence the dust particles themselves and their dynamics [40, 58]...

    Alexander V. Krivov. Physics of Debris Disks

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