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If there's no GG's in a system, I assume there would be terrestrial (i.e. rock) worlds up to the snow line or thereabouts, and then beyond that prob nothing bigger than a dwarf iceball like Pluto.

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Matt Wilson wrote:
If there's no GG's in a system, I assume there would be terrestrial (i.e. rock) worlds up to the snow line or thereabouts, and then beyond that prob nothing bigger than a dwarf iceball like Pluto.

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The protoplanetary disc, and resulting planetary system, may simply never have extended all the way to the snow line.

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