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Fig. 16


Incidence of HD 189733’s RV measurements on HD 189733b’s dayside brightness distribution, estimated using complex brightness models that suggest non-zero eccentricity from the Spitzer/IRAC 8-μm photometry (see Figs. 10b and  6b). Left: relative brightness distribution at HD 189733b’s dayside. Right: dayside standard deviation. a) Estimate using the ΓSH,3 brightness model. b) Estimate using the Γ2 brightness model. The incidence of HD 189733’s RV data is an extension of the brightness patterns (compare with Figs. 11b and 8, respectively) associated with a decrease of the brightness peak – conservation of the hemisphere integrated flux. These show that localized brightness pattern that are favored by the photometry are rejected by the RV data in the context of the e-b-ρ-BD correlation; because these are associated with .

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