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Semimajor axis, inclination, perihelion distance, and longitude of perihelion as a function for solar longitude at the closest approach to the Earth’s orbit for 2015 Taurid fireballs and asteroids from JPL database. Asteroids, which are likely related to the new Taurid branch are highlighted. The symbols are the same as in Fig. 19. The inclinations of Northern Taurids and asteroids with Ω > 180°, which encounter the Earth near their descending node in October/November, are plotted as negative.

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