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Minor our bodies within the sun approach, notwithstanding representing just a small fraction of the mass within the sunlight approach, might play a basic function in terrestrial evolution.
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More work need be done to understand the role of observational selection effects in future comparisons with galactic tidal theory. Theoretical probability densities in all relevant angular variables were presented and compared with random distributions. These results were then compared with observed data, again separated into northern and southern galactic latitudes of perihelia. We chose the Kolmogorov - Smirnov method for determining confidence levels of the null hypothesis that the observed data is not a representative sample of a random distribution.
E. it is the fraction of the phase space inside the relevant equal energy curve of Figure 1. 0, . 065, corresponding to final semi-major axis of 43 ORIGIN OF OORT CLOUD COMETS IN THE INTERSTELLAR SPACE ~~-------------------------------------. • 15 z ::;:) 10 5 ... 70 COS iO Fig. 4. 5 as a function of the initial inclination io (solid line with dots). For comparison, a histogram of observed inclinations of comets in Jupiter family. a :::; 40 AU. Figure 4 is similar to Figure 3 except that we now plot the square of the cross-section.
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