I'm wondering what the perihelion of the orbit of Ulysses spacecraft would have been had a trajectory adjustment after its Jupiter swingby not taken place? On Wikipedia it says "The size and shape of the orbit were adjusted to a much smaller degree so that aphelion remained at approximately 5 AU, Jupiter's distance from the Sun, and perihelion was somewhat greater than 1 AU, the Earth's distance from the Sun.", and I've tried to find more elaborate information on this trajectory adjustment, but haven't been able to dig anything up.
I'm asking because I'm running a simulation of Ulysses's trajectory, but it does not take the trajectory adjustment mentioned above into account, and the orbit you end up with has an aphelion at about 5 astronomical units, but the perihelion is well within the orbit of Mercury. So what I'm curious about is whether that would have been Ulysses's trajectory without the post Jupiter swingby burn.