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Fig. 5


One of the orbits with lowest predictabilities is HC2 when the halo has an orientation of φ = 115.0 and a flattening of qz = 1.25. This trajectory in the physical configuration space (x,y,z) is shown in the leftmost panel, and the corresponding Poincaré section yvy with plane x = 0 and vx> 0 is shown in the rightmost panel. This orbit has λ = 0.0 and h = 10-4, corresponding to a case of a regular orbit with a very low predictability, linked to a very stiff problem.

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