Gusts of solar wind may have blown together rocks that formed Earth

The area in our solar system within Mercury’s orbit is empty, which may be because solar winds threw all the rocks farther out, where they helped form planets

Earth was formed from chunks of rock being blown together in the early years of the solar system

A Yale researcher says the combination of Jupiter's huge gravity sweeping up space dust and the solar wind blowing the rocks away acted as a 'one-two punch'.

Thu 6 Dec 18 from Daily Mail

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