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Fig. 12


Time evolution of a particle captured in the 1:3 MMR with Neptune. Upper panel shows the evolution of the perihelion distance, q, and inclination, i. The middle panel shows the evolution of the argument of perihelion, ω, and the bottom panel presents the resonant angle φ1:3. It is possible to note one of the asymmetric centers of the Kozai resonance between 800 My and 1.4 Gy. Despite the particle remains in the hibernating mode for a long time, the resonances restart in the Kozai mode and the large perihelion variation dynamics are installed at the end of the simulation.

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