Reaccretion asteroids and Moons are a new science theory to try to explain what science was unable to predict or explain with its previous theories.
More and more asteroids and moons are or will be suggested to be re-accretion asteroids.
Is Vesta a reaccretion asteroid or protoplanet?
Vesta was said to be a protoplanet and also the source of HED asteroids (HED meteorites) but now it is suggested by the same scientist who came up with those theories that Vesta is NOT a protoplanet or the main HED asteroid source. So what is Vesta?
However, according to Consolmagno and his colleagues, the results from NASA's Dawn spacecraft (which orbited Vesta from 2011 to 2013) show that the Vesta we see today has been radically altered from the body that originally produced the HED meteorites so long ago.
Apparently, sometime after the HEDs were formed (in a much larger proto-Vesta?) that body lost most of its mantle while holding onto both its HED crust and its metallic core. How is that possible? The Vesta we see today, Consolmagno and his colleagues argue, must be a reaccretion of material from now-destroyed protoplanetary parent bodies—perhaps the result of hit-and-run collisions.
Vesta is not an intact protoplanet
Phobos a reaccretion Moon of Mars?
Scientists now have firm indications that the Martian satellite Phobos formed relatively near its current location via re-accretion of material blasted into Mars’ orbit by some catastrophic event.
Martian moon Phobos may have formed by catastrophic blast
As comets are now being found to not be dirty snowballs, comet 67P for example, as predicted by mainstream science (the Electric Universe theory predicted they were just rocky asteroids and active asteroids at that) will they comets also know become reaccretion comets?