Heliocentric distance, Ξ(t), and change in magnitude of the specific angular momentum, δL(t) ≡ L(t)−L(0), as a function of time, t, for 100 Monte Carlo test particles initialised with a = 10 kau, and q uniformly distributed on the interval (15,100) au. The top row represents an output of the Milgromian simulation, the bottom row, the Newtonian simulation. In MD simulation, the follow up time, Trev, is set to 0.26 Myr (see top left quarter of the figure for motivation), in Newtonian simulation Trev is set to be the Keplerian period TKep(a = 10 kau) ≈1 Myr.
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