Same as Figs. 4 and 5 but for Neptune L5 Trojans: 2004 KV18, 2008 LC18, and 2011 HM102. The dynamical evolution of 2004 KV18 is clearly different and it is the most unstable of the “classical” Neptune Trojans. The most recent discovery, 2011 HM102, is the most stable L5 Trojan and it may be as stable as 2005 TN53, likely the most stable of Neptune’s Trojans.
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