Influence of the assumed ALS 9243 mass on the previous perihelion distance of the same comets as presented in Table 6.
|C/1993 F1||C/1997 BA6||C/1999 N4||C/2006 E1|
Notes. The first row, labelled “O”, presents the starting perihelion distance of the original orbit. The last row, labelled “G”, presents the previous perihelion distance when all stellar perturbations were omitted. In the remaining rows the first column shows the assumed mass of ALS 9243 expressed in solar masses.
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