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Origin of the Small Solar System Bodies

G. V. Pechernikova, A. V. Vityazev.

Protecting the Earth against Collisions with Asteroids and Comet Nuclei, In: A. M. Finkelstein, W. F. Huebner, V. A. Shor (Eds) Proceedings of the International Conference “Asteroid-Comet Hazard-2009”, StP: Nauka, 9–18 (2010)

Ключевые слова: Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI), a standard Sun origin scenario, a standard planet origin scenario, a standard Solar System body origin scenario, astrophysics and comparative planetology, Small Solar System Body (SSSB), dwarf planets

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During the last decades of the twentieth century joint efforts of scientist from different countries made it possible to develop a standard scenario of the origin of the Sun, planets and other bodies of the Solar System that satisfied basic observational data accumulated by astrophysics and comparative planetology. Following are brief description of this scenario and the problem of the origin of the small Solar System bodies. Small Solar System Body (SSSB) is a term de-fined in 2006 [1] by the International Astronomical Union to describe objects in the Solar System (SS) that are neither planets nor dwarf planets. In the framework of the standard scenario of the origin of the Solar System SSSBs are considered as some kind of the remnants of building material of the Solar planetary system