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Evolution of the effective precession constant of Jupiter due to the migration of its satellites. The top and bottom curves correspond to the two extreme values of the normalised polar moment of inertia λ considered in this article. They appear into α through Eq. (3). The central curve corresponds to the value of λ that places Jupiter just near Cassini state 2 with the precession mode of Uranus (Ward & Canup 2006).

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