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Fig. 6


Distribution of centaurs’ absolute magnitude in the semi-major axis vs. eccentricity plane. Inactive centaurs are shown in black (H values from the JPL Horizon database), OSSOS centaurs are shown in red (computed in this work). The size of the symbols are proportional to the inverse of the absolute magnitude of centaurs. Solid curves show the orbits having perihelia distances equal to the semi-major axis of Jupiter (qJ), Saturn (qS), Uranus (qU), and Neptune(qN).

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