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Gaseous Tidal Theory

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Verna Genosolango

on 12 June 2014

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Transcript of Gaseous Tidal Theory

Origin of the Solar System
A theory of the origin of the solar system must explain the chemical and physical differences of planets.
The tidal theory
They proposed that a huge tidal wave, raised to the sun by a passing star was drawn into a long filament and became detached from the principal mass. As the gaseous material was condensed, it seperated into masses and took the formation of the planets.
GASEOUS TIDAL THEORY
James Jeans & Harold Jeffreys in 1918
Solar System
When the star came closer the tide got bigger......
the tide was detached...
Did you know that ......
This theory is also called Chamberlin-Moulton Theory
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