10:45 AM - 11:10 AM
[PPS04-06] Cooling sequence of terrestrial planets after giant impact: Implications to the formation of oceans on early Venus.
Theoretical studies on planet formation suggest that Earth-sized planets, Earth and Venus, should form as a result of giant impacts between protoplanets, and probably start their lives in a globally molten state. In this talk, we will discuss about possible evolutionary paths of early Venus, based on recent progress of theoretical modeling on cooling sequence after giant impact. Also, important parameters for the formation of oceans on early Venus and relevant issues will be addressed.