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On the probability of the collision of a Mars-sized planet with the Earth to form the Moon

Rudolf Dvorak, Birgit Loibnegger, Thomas I. Maindl submitted to MNRAS PDF (full text) abstract

A collisional origin to earth’s non-chondritic composition?

Amy Bonsor, Zoë M. Leinhardt, Philip J. Carter, Tim Elliott, Michael J. Walter, Sarah T. Stewart Icarus, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2014.10.019available online 23 October 2014 LINK

Atmospheric mass loss during planet formation: The importance of planetesimal impacts

Hilke E. Schlichting, Re’em Sari, Almog Yalin Icarus DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2014.09.053 LINK