Talk:Hungaria family

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blizzard of inter-stellar asteroids ??[edit]

If mars & jupiter have been ejecting asteroids, from our solar system, into inter-stellar space, for billions of (earth) years; and if those ejected asteroids have space speeds comparable to earth's planetary orbit speed (30 km/s = 10-7c); then ejected asteroids could have "crawled" hundreds of light-years through space, since our star system first formed. And, if every other star system has been producing planets, and ejecting asteroids; then the entire disk of the Milky Way galaxy is a "shooting gallery" of ejected now-inter-stellar asteroids (and comets). Some of those inter-stellar bodies would cruise into (say) Molecular Clouds, where within which stars form. Thus, inter-stellar asteroids (and comets) could "seed" the formation of subsequent generations of stars & planets. Deep inside earth, mars, jupiter, and the other planets, small amounts of extra-solar material may reside, reflecting the influences of extra-solar, pre-primordial material, which "stumbled" into our per-solar nebula, possibly helping trigger the condensation of the sun and/or planets. 66.235.38.214 (talk) 18:20, 20 September 2012 (UTC)


To be classified as Hungaria[edit]

The following asteroids are Hungaria (per Spratt 1990) but as of this writing do not yet have articles on wikipedia. Once the articles exist, they should be so noted:

And from other papers:

WilliamKF (talk) 21:55, 10 December 2007 (UTC)