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Fig. 6.


Semi-major axis versus eccentricity for 2000 PI, UO, and KI objects, respectively, from top to bottom. The dotted blue lines represent the aphelion and perihelion distances of Earth’s orbit and the teal curves represent the “classification boundary” where objects below are likely to be classified as PIs and those above are likely to be classified as benign.

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