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Fig. 7


Results of a numerical simulation in which the particle experiences the 2:5 MMR+Kozai, and the disappearance of both due to a large libration amplitude of φ2:5. The final orbit has low eccentricity, hence high inclination (not shown), because it is in a state called hibernating mode, since it can turn out to experience the MMR+Kozai due the chaotic behavior presented. The four panels show the time evolution of the eccentricity, argument of perihelion, mean resonant angle (φ2:5), and its amplitude, respectively. Angles are in degrees. The plotted squares stand for specific times for which energy level curves are plotted in Fig. 9.

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