EDP Sciences
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Issue
A&A
Volume 540, April 2012
Article Number A21
Number of page(s) 25
Section Celestial mechanics and astrometry
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201118564
Published online 19 March 2012

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Appendix A: Effects on the Mars orbital motion

Table A.1

Coefficients of Fourier and Poisson series for the effects of Ceres on eMars.

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Effects of Ceres on eMars for a 100 y time interval from JJ 2009.81; raw signal (in black), fitting curve (in red) and residuals (in green).

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Table A.2

Coefficients of Fourier and Poisson series for the effects of Ceres on iMars.

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Effects of Ceres on iMars for a 100 y time interval from JJ 2009.81; raw signal (in black), fitting curve (in red) and residuals (in green).

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Table A.3

Coefficients of Fourier and Poisson series for the effects of Ceres on ΩMars.

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Effects of Ceres on ΩMars for a 100 y time interval from JJ 2009.81; raw signal (in black), fitting curve (in red) and residuals (in green).

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Table A.4

Coefficients of Fourier and Poisson series for the effects of Ceres on .

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Effects of Ceres on for a 100 y time interval from JJ 2009.81; raw signal (in black), fitting curve (in red) and residuals (in green).

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Table A.5

Coefficients of Fourier and Poisson series for the effects of Pallas on aMars.

Table A.6

Coefficients of Fourier and Poisson series for the effects of Vesta on amars.

Appendix B: individual and combined asteroidal effects

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Combined effects of the 43 asteroids on eMars. The curve in green represents the difference between two ways of computation: adding individual perturbations, or making a combined integration.

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Zoom of the green curve of Fig. B.1, showing the difference between two ways of computation.

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thumbnail Fig. B.3

Combined effects of the 43 asteroids on iMars. The curve in green represents the difference between two ways of computation: adding individual perturbations, or making a combined integration.

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Zoom of the green curve of Fig. B.3, showing the difference between two ways of computation.

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thumbnail Fig. B.5

Combined effects of the 43 asteroids on ΩMars. The curve in green represents the difference between two ways of computation: adding individual perturbations, or making a combined integration.

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Zoom of the green curve of Fig. B.5, showing the difference between two ways of computation.

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thumbnail Fig. B.7

Combined effects of the 43 asteroids on . The curve in green represents the difference between two ways of computation: adding individual perturbations, or making a combined integration.

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Zoom of the green curve of Fig. B.7, showing the difference between two ways of computation.

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Combined effects of the 43 asteroids on λMars. The curve in green represents the difference between two ways of computation: adding individual perturbations, or making a combined integration.

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Zoom of the green curve of Fig. B.9, showing the difference between two ways of computation.

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Appendix C: Use of ASTEP for ephemerides study

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Uncertainty of the EMB-to-Mars distance due to the lack of accuracy in Pallas’ mass (red curve) and difference in the EMB-to-Mars distance between DE405 and INPOP08 (black curve).

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Uncertainty of the EMB-to-Mars distance due to the lack of accuracy in Vesta’s mass (red curve) and difference in the EMB-to-Mars distance between DE405 and INPOP08 (black curve).

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