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Issue
A&A
Volume 624, April 2019
Article Number C2
Number of page(s) 3
Section Planets and planetary systems
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201834344e
Published online 02 April 2019

Some errors have occurred during the production of the original article.

In Sect. 3.3, last but one paragraph, a unit was incorrect in the second sentence. It should read: “Using the average density of the Earth, we obtain a minimum rotation period of about 2.4 h, leading to a maximum precession constant of about 230′′ yr−1. The true value for the Earth is 20′′ yr−1, or 50′′ yr−1 if we include the additional effects of the Moon (Laskar & Robutel 1993).”

In Appendix F, the titles of Tables F.2, F.3 and F.4 have been mistakenly replaced by “Table F.1. continued”. Here, we publish these tables with their correct names. In the text, the citations of “Table F.1” should read “Tables F.1F.4”.

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Table F.1.

Quasi-periodic representation of the orbital dynamics of Mercury.

Table F.2

Quasi-periodic representation of the orbital dynamics of Venus.

Table F.3

Quasi-periodic representation of the orbital dynamics of Earth.

Table F.4

Quasi-periodic representation of the orbital dynamics of Mars.

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