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Table 4

Maximum difference between the La2010 solutions and INPOP06 over 1 Myr. Top: maximum difference ast5ALix -INPOP06 (both solutions are in extended precision) over 1 Myr. Bottom: maximum difference ast5ALh -INPOP06 over 1 Myr.

ast5ALix -INPOP06 1 Ma

a × 106 e × 106 i × 106

Mercury 0.005 0.473 0.342
Venus 0.034 0.503 0.209
EMB 0.049 0.505 0.234
Mars 0.721 0.873 0.397
Jupiter 0.121 0.069 0.046
Saturn 0.980 0.157 0.032
Uranus 1.553 0.139 0.025
Neptune 2.263 0.068 0.020
Pluto 7.068 0.104 0.022
Moon 21.439 26 686.705 12 769.784

ast5ALh-INPOP06 1 Ma

a × 106 e × 106 i × 106

Mercury 0.007 0.503 0.357
Venus 0.290 1.156 0.225
EMB 0.379 0.986 0.257
Mars 2.757 2.484 0.469
Jupiter 0.563 0.139 0.047
Saturn 2.406 0.272 0.034
Uranus 5.415 0.268 0.026
Neptune 9.845 0.320 0.021
Pluto 19.768 0.361 0.052
Moon 21.093 26 481.398 12 727.162

Notes. The solution ast5ALh was computed in double precision, while INPOP06 is in extended precision. Both solutions were fitted to INPOP06 over 1 Myr. EMB is the Earth-Moon barycenter. The semi-major axis a is in AU and the inclination with respect to the invaraible plane i is in radians.

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