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Earth may have been created when rocks close to the sun were forced together by the solar wind and Jupiter wandering through the primitive solar system.
Space dust is common around most stars but our solar system is suspiciously missing of debris close to the sun.
Astronomers - Mercury - Venus - Earth
Astronomers now think it was forced together and created Mercury, Venus and Earth.
A Yale researcher says the combination of Jupiter's huge gravity sweeping up space dust and the solar wind blowing the rocks away acted as a 'one-two punch'.
Christopher - Spalding - Yale - University - Period
Christopher Spalding at Yale University simulated the early period of the solar system and assumed the star's solar wind was more intense than it is currently because of the sun being more active and spinning faster.
Particles are ejected out of the sun at a phenomenal rate (almost 40 million billion kilograms of material a year) and this is what is known as the solar wind.
Rocks - Metres - Diameter
He claims that rocks of 100 metres or smaller in diameter would have...
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