As the asteroids in Adalia orbit with realistic orbital mechanics, it's important to understand how orbital elements affect the position of your asteroid(s). There are six Keplerian orbital elements that define the current position of an asteroid at any time. The most important of those are:
The orbital period is the amount of time it takes to complete one full orbit of the star Adalia. The orbital period determines which other asteroids are co-orbital (identical orbital period) and resonant (even multiples of the orbital period). Orbital periods of 1981 days and less are considered part of the Main Belt while Trojans are all co-orbital with each other at 2826 day orbital periods.
Asteroids with similar Orbital Periods will tend to stay about the same distance from each other, whether that means they stay close or on opposite sides of the belt at all times. Asteroids with different Orbital Periods will drift away from each other fairly quickly, regardless of how close they are to each other at the moment.
The semi-major axis is the average of your asteroid’s closest approach to Adalia (periapsis) and its furthest distance from Adalia (apoapsis) and is measured in Astronomical Units (i.e. the distance from Earth to the Sun in the Solar system).
The Semi-Major Axis is a measure of distance, but can easily be converted into an Orbital Period, which is a measure of time. The community favors using the OP over the SMA.
The inclination is measured in degrees or radians and identifies the “tilt” of your orbit in relation to the Adalian system plane.
Highly inclined asteroids will spend a quarter of their orbits well above the orbital plane, and a quarter equally far below it. This means you will need to factor in additional diagonal travel distance for fully half of their orbits, making them more remote and difficult to reach. Lower amounts of inclination are generally preferred.
Eccentricity measures how far from perfectly round your orbit is. 0.0 is perfectly round, and the more oval-shaped orbits have higher Eccentricity. Distance from Adalia star and orbital speed varies throughout the orbit, but the averages will be your Semi-major Axis and Orbital Period, respectively.
More eccentric orbits will vary more wildly in distance from the Start Adalia and orbital speed, causing them to have more variety in the number and type of asteroids they will pass near to. This could be desirable, depending on specific strategies, but asteroids with lower eccentricities will be more predictable and easier to plan travel to and from.