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Table 2

Variants of the La2010 solutions.

Name Files Ephem Fit τ (yr) Prec

La2010a ast5AL08cxc INPOP08a 0.58 Myr 1 × 10-3 Ext 5ast,M
La2010a* ast5AL08czc INPOP08a 0.58 Myr 0.9765625 × 10-3 Ext 5ast,M
La2010b ast5AL08cx INPOP08a 0.58 Myr 5 × 10-3 Ext 5ast,M
La2010b* ast5AL08cz INPOP08a 0.58 Myr 4.8828125 × 10-3 Ext 5ast,M
La2010c ast0AL08cx2a INPOP08a 1 Myr 5 × 10-3 Ext 0ast,M
La2010c* ast0AL08cz2a INPOP08a 1 Myr 4.8828125 × 10-3 Ext 0ast,M
La2010d ast5ALix INPOP06 1 Myr 5 × 10-3 Ext 5ast,M

Notes. The nominal solution La2010a is obtained for a stepsize τ = 1 × 10-3 in extended precision. The other solutions with different settings have been computed to test the stability of the nominal solution. The column “files” denotes the name of the computer files of the solution, “ephem” is the name of the reference INPOP ephemeris, “fit” is the time length of the ephemeris used for the fit, and τ is the step size of the numerical integration. In “prec”, Ext indicates that the integration was performed in extended precision. In the last column, 5ast indicates that five asteroids have been integrated, and M stands for the Moon as a separate object.

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