On the hypothesis of the genetic connection of comets with Pluto and the transneptunian object 2003 UB 313 View Full Text


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DATE

2009-10

AUTHORS

O. V. Kalinicheva, V. P. Tomanov

ABSTRACT

The hypothesis suggested by Guliev on transneptunian objects as sources of comets is considered. The motion equations for 137 near-parabolic comets over a time interval of 5000 years were numerically integrated. No interaction between 78 comets and the transneptunian object 2003 UB 313 has been revealed: the comets were farther than 3 AU from it. It has been shown that 59 comets—candidates to Pluto’s family-approached Pluto at a distance larger than 0.7 AU. The fulfilled analysis allows us to conclude that Guliev’s hypothesis on transneptunian objects as sources of comets is groundless. More... »

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243

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