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Summary

Plot of inclination vs semi-major axis for numbered asteroids inward of about 6 AU. The main belt region is shown in red, and contains 93.4% of all the objects.

For reference, Mars orbits out to 1.666 AU, and Jupiter between 4.95 and 5.46 AU.

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