The Formation of Planets is Like a Snowball Fight

The formation of planets is like a gigantic snowball fight. The balls bounce off, break apart, or stick together, but in the end they are rolled up into one enormous ball, a planet-ball that has gathered up all the snowflakes in the surrounding area.

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Eventually a planet ball has gathered up all the snowflakes in the surrounding area.

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 From Stone to Star: A View of Modern Geology
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  All├Ęgre , Claude (1994-03-15), From Stone to Star: A View of Modern Geology, Harvard University Press, Retrieved on 2011-09-03
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