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Table 3

Maximum Lyapunov exponent study for the models of μ = 0.5 at different time intervals.

ρ0 MLE   (102) MLE   (103) MLE   (104) emedian ZVC

0.25 8.7189E−2 1.1353E−2 1.0009E−3 0.20 ...
0.29 1.0647E−1 9.5469E−3 9.9141E−4 0.45 L1
0.30 7.6275E + 0* ... ... 0.67 L1
0.35 5.2937E + 0* ... ... 0.82 L1
0.37 6.1946E + 0* ... ... 0.98 L1
0.40 1.0675E−1 9.6613E−3 8.8900E−4 0.71 L1
0.43 2.8614E−1 2.9420E−1* ... 0.87 L1
0.50 7.9684E−1* ... ... 0.089 L1, L2, L3

Notes. Elements without data indicate simulations that ended due to the energy criterion, thus representing planetary catastrophes. Elements with an asterisk (*) indicate that the simulation ended before the allotted time. Also, emedian represents the median of the eccentricity distribution obtained for the curvature of the planetary orbits in the synodic coordinate system (see Paper II). The last column indicates the Lagrange point(s) where the zero-velocity contour (ZVC) is open (see Paper I).

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