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Table 4

Statistics of the residuals obtained after the INPOP13a fit.

Type of data Nbr Time interval INPOP13a INPOP10e
mean 1σ mean 1σ

Mercury range [m] 462 1971.29–1997.60 –108 866 –45 872
Mercury Messenger GINS range [m] 314 2011.39–2012.69 2.8 12.0 15.4 191.8
Out from SC* GINS range [m] 267 2011.39–2012.66 –0.4 8.4 6.2 205.2
Mercury Mariner range [m] 2 1974.24–1976.21 –124 56 –52.5 113
Mercury flybys Mess ra [mas] 3 2008.03–2009.74 0.85 1.35 0.73 1.48
Mercury flybys Mess de [mas] 3 2008.03–2009.74 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.5
Mercury flybys Mess range [m] 3 2008.03–2009.74 –1.9 7.7 –5.05 5.8

Venus VLBI [mas] 46 1990.70–2010.86 1.6 2.6 1.6 2.6
Venus range [m] 489 1965.96–1990.07 502 2236 500 2235
Venus Vex range [m] 24970 2006.32–2011.45 1.3 11.9 1.1 11.9

Mars VLBI [mas] 96 1989.13–2007.97 –0.02 0.41 –0.00 0.41
Mars Mex range [m] 21 482 2005.17–2011.45 –2.1 20.6 –1.3 21.5
Mars MGS GINS range [m] 13 091 1999.31–2006.83 –0.6 3.3 -0.3 3.9
Mars Ody range [m] 5664 2006.95–2010.00 1.6 2.3 0.3 4.1
Mars Path range [m] 90 1997.51–1997.73 6.1 14.1 –6.3 13.7
Mars Vkg range [m] 1257 1976.55–1982.87 –0.4 36.1 –1.4 39.7

Jupiter VLBI [mas] 24 1996.54–1997.94 –0.5 11.0 –0.3 11.0
Jupiter Optical ra [mas] 6532 1914.54–2008.49 –40 297 –39 297
Jupiter Optical de [mas] 6394 1914.54–2008.49 –48 301 –48 301
Jupiter flybys ra [mas] 5 1974.92–2001.00 2.6 2.9 2.4 3.2
Jupiter flybys de [mas] 5 1974.92–2001.00 –11.0 11.5 –10.8 11.5
Jupiter flybys range [m] 5 1974.92–2001.00 –1065 1862 –907 1646

Saturne Optical ra [mas] 7971 1913.87–2008.34 –6 293 –6 293
Saturne Optical de [mas] 7945 1913.87–2008.34 –12 266 –2 266
Saturne VLBI Cass ra [mas] 10 2004.69–2009.31 0.19 0.63 0.21 0.64
Saturne VLBI Cass de [mas] 10 2004.69–2009.31 0.27 0.34 0.28 0.33
Saturne Cassini ra [mas] 31 2004.50–2007.00 0.8 3.4 0.8 3.9
Saturne Cassini de [mas] 31 2004.50–2007.00 6.5 7.2 6.5 7.2
Saturne Cassini range [m] 31 2004.50–2007.00 –0.010 18.44 –0.013 18.84

Uranus Optical ra [mas] 13 016 1914.52–2011.74 7 205 7 205
Uranus Optical de [mas] 13 008 1914.52–2011.74 –6 234 –6 234
Uranus flybys ra [mas] 1 1986.07–1986.07 –21 –21
Uranus flybys de [mas] 1 1986.07–1986.07 –28 –28
Uranus flybys range [m] 1 1986.07–1986.07 20.7 19.7

Neptune Optical ra [mas] 5395 1913.99–2007.88 2 258 0.0 258
Neptune Optical de [mas] 5375 1913.99–2007.88 –1 299 –0.0 299
Neptune flybys ra [mas] 1 1989.65–1989.65 –12 –12
Neptune flybys de [mas] 1 1989.65–1989.65 –5 –5
Neptune flybys range [m] 1 1989.65–1989.65 66.8 69.6

Pluto Optical ra [mas] 2438 1914.06–2008.49 –186 664 34 654
Pluto Optical de [mas] 2461 1914.06–2008.49 11 536 7 539
Pluto Occ ra [mas] 13 2005.44–2009.64 6 49 3 47
Pluto Occ de [mas] 13 2005.44–2009.64 –7 18 –6 18
Pluto HST ra [mas] 5 1998.19–1998.20 –42 43 33 43
Pluto HST de [mas] 5 1998.19–1998.20 31 48 28 48

Venus Vex** range [m] 2827 2011.45–2013.00 51 124 52 125
Mars Mex** range [m] 4628 2011.45–2013.00 –3.0 11.5 4.2 27.5

Notes. For comparison, means and standard deviations of residuals obtained with INPOP10e are given. The label GINS range indicates that the corresponding data set was obtained after orbit reconstruction of the spacecraft in using the GINS software. For MGS, see Verma et al. (2013).

(*)

Solar corona period.

(**)

Extrapolation period.

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