GMOS transit light curves: a) raw spectrophotometric data showing the common-mode flux variations, and best-fit models; b) normalized and corrected measurements and models; c) residuals multiplied by 3; d) final transmission spectrum after scaling error bars by ⟨ βT12 ⟩. Because we analyze the GMOS data in a differential fashion (Sect. 3.4) these data are insensitive to the absolute transit depth. Further, as shown in Fig. 5 these measurements are likely affected by systematic errors.
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