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New hypothesis for the origin of the Main asteroid belt.
TheAnt
post Sep 20 2017, 03:21 PM
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Far from proven, but interesting nevertheless.
The idea have a few things in favour, such as the S-type asteroids tend to the inner side whereas C-type is found further out.
Those who think Ceres in an interloper will like this one also.
Asteroid belt article on Phys.org
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