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Table 2

First twenty terms of Jupiter’s inclination and longitude of ascending node in the J2000 equator and equinox reference frame.

k Identification (*) Sk × 108
1 s5 0.00000 1 377 467 107.59
2 s6 −26.33023 315 119 307.29
3 s8 −0.69189 58 088 23.96
4 s7 −3.00557 48 134 140.33
5 g5g6 + s7 −26.97744 2308 222.98
6 g5 + g6 + s6 −2.35835 1611 44.74
7 2g6s6 82.77163 1372 308.95
8 g5g7 + s7 −1.84625 1130 36.64
9 s1 −5.61755 1075 168.70
10 g5 + g7 + s7 −4.16482 946 51.54
11 g5 + g6s6 58.80017 804 32.90
12 g5g6 + s6 −50.30212 691 29.84
13 2g5s6 34.82788 636 114.12
14 g7g8 + s7 −0.58033 565 17.32
15 s2 −7.07963 454 273.79
16 g5 + g7 + s6 −27.48935 407 38.53
17 g5g7 + s6 −25.17116 385 35.94
18 s1 + γ −5.50098 383 162.89
19 g7 + g8 + s8 −3.11725 321 326.97
20 s2 + 2γ −6.84091 267 106.20

Notes. Due to the secular resonance (g1g5) − (s1s2), an additional fundamental frequency γ appears in terms 18 and 20 (see Laskar 1990). (*)There is a typographical error in Laskar (1990) in the identification of the 8th term.

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