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9th workshop on Catastrophic Disruption in the Solar System (CD9)

Abstract : During the formation and evolution of the Solar System, repetitive accumulation and destruction of small bodies occurred and left behind traces in various forms, such as small bodies varying in sizes and shapes, craters on surfaces, and meteorites of varying textures and structures. Collisions thus play a major role in the Solar System history. The workshop on Catastrophic Disruption in the Solar System (CD) is an international workshop held every few years since 1985 with the aim of sharing the latest research results from different approaches on this important topic and discussing the direction and ideas of new research among researchers from various fields (
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Akiko M Nakamura, Patrick Michel. 9th workshop on Catastrophic Disruption in the Solar System (CD9). Planetary and Space Science, Elsevier, 2021, 202, pp.105234. ⟨10.1016/j.pss.2021.105234⟩. ⟨insu-03414164⟩

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