February 15, 2012
cosmogony, CNO cycle, snow ball model, solar wind, planetary system
Rotation period of planets and moons vary, and do not obey the distance calculations of the main gravity field, or the planet's mass, or other regular gravity field properties.
Spins are synchronous for some and faster for others. The reason for the fast rotational spins of Jovian planets has not been studied. Here, we study the formation process and some secondary noticeable currents in the system. The solar wind and its carried particles effects on system are assessed, together with solar CNO cycle-produced particles. Our work resulted in different properties for the outer part of the Heliosphere at 5-100 AU which can cause mass increases of the Jovian planets according to a snow ball model, and can produce further angular momentum for planets through any method of arithmetic progress.