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Fig. 10


Top panel: distribution of zero point variations during an observation sequence (typically 6 exposures of 220 s in the same band in a row). Nights displaying a variability larger than 1% are discarded from the averaging. While the plot is cut at 0.025, numerous sequences (about 20%) taken under non-photometric conditions display a much larger variation. The zero point is defined as .

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