As in Fig. 7, but with tidal dissipation. Top panel: weak tides (Eq. (11)). Outcomes: planet–planet collision (≈62%; red), ejection of the other planet (≈33%; blue), collision of the other planet with the star (≈5%; orange). Thesystems displayed in grey (≈1%) retain two planets until the end of the simulation (5 Myr), but will eventually evolve into one of the other three configurations. Bottom panel: strong tides (Eq. (10)). Outcomes: planet–planet collision (≈ 62%; red), ejection of the other planet (≈25%; blue), collision of the other planet with the star (≈13%; orange).
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