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Table 1

Maximum difference between INPOP06 and INPOP08 over 1 Myr (top). and between INPOP08 (computed in extended precision) and INPOP08d, a version of INPOP08 computed in double precision, over 1 Myr (bottom).

INPOP06-INPOP08

a × 106 e × 106 i × 106

Mercury 0.027 25.544 12.598
Venus 0.543 4.746 6.299
EMB 1.067 4.709 4.029
Mars 3.852 7.134 2.570
Jupiter 56.126 20.542 0.577
Saturn 585.092 76.138 1.315
Uranus 885.497 92.313 1.481
Neptune 3449.727 104.593 0.882
Pluto 19 900.821 297.483 46.579
Moon 57.345 42 006.038 1463.465

INPOP08-INPOP08d

a × 106 e × 106 i × 106

Mercury 0.012 0.077 0.011
Venus 0.640 1.706 0.138
EMB 0.889 1.768 0.125
Mars 6.899 6.081 0.394
Jupiter 1.004 0.175 0.009
Saturn 2.542 0.243 0.007
Uranus 6.834 0.333 0.006
Neptune 13.479 0.415 0.008
Pluto 25.332 0.455 0.061
Moon 29.594 12 400.799 527.701

Notes. EMB is the Earth-Moon barycenter. The semi-major axis a is in AU and the inclination with respect to the invariable plane i is in radians.

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