Centaur 2013 VZ70 : Debris from Saturn's irregular moon population?

@article{Marcos2021Centaur2V,
  title={Centaur 2013 VZ70 : Debris from Saturn's irregular moon 
population?},
  author={Carlos de la Fuente Marcos and Ra{\'u}l de la Fuente Marcos},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Saturn has an excess of irregular moons. This is thought to be the result of past collisional events. Debris produced during such episodes in the neighborhood of a host planet can evolve into co-orbitals trapped in quasi-satellite and/or horseshoe resonant states. A recently announced centaur, 2013 VZ70, follows an orbit that could be compatible with those of prograde Saturn’s co-orbitals. Aims. We perform an exploration of the short-term dynamical evolution of 2013 VZ70 to confirm or… 

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