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All Tables

- Table 1:
Secular resonances involving the perihelion, the
node, and combinations of perihelion and node of the asteroid.
The first, third, and fifth columns report the resonant argument
in terms of the planetary frequencies,
and the second, fourth, and sixth we give the names we use in this article.
- Table 2:
List of the 22 V-type asteroids currently known outside
the Vesta dynamical family. We report number, name, proper
* a, e, i*, absolute magnitude *H*, if they are in (R, which stands
for resonant) or close (C, for Circulating) to a nonlinear
secular resonance (see codes in Table 1), and,
if they are close to one of the resonances, what is
the period of circulation of the resonant
argument.
- Table 3:
The 33 asteroids close in proper element space to 809 Lundia,
and 956 Elisa, identified with the hierarchical clustering method
described in Sect. 4. We report the
asteroid identification, the proper
,
if the asteroid is
inside the
*z*_{2} secular resonance, and the spectral type (if known).