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Table A.3

Prior distributions used in the combined fit with PASTIS.

Stellar parameters
Effective temperature Teff [K]
Metallicity [Fe/H]
Stellar density ρ [ρ] (Dartmouth)
Stellar density ρ [ρ] (PARSEC)
Stellar density ρ [ρ] (StarEvol)
Stellar density ρ [ρ] (Geneva)
Quadratic limb-darkening coefficient ua
Quadratic limb-darkening coefficient ub
Stellar RV linear drift [ m s-1yr-1]
Planet parameters Kepler-117 b Kepler-117 c
Orbital period P [days]
Primary transit epoch T0 [BJD-2 450 000]
Orbital eccentricity e
Argument of periastron ω [deg]
Orbital inclination i [deg]
Longitude of the ascending node Ω [deg]
Radius ratio Rp/R
Radial velocity semi-amplitude K [ m s-1]
System parameters
Distance [pc]
Interstellar extinction E(BV)
Systemic velocity (BJD 2 456 355), Vr [ km s-1]
Instrumental parameters
Kepler jitter (LC) [ppm]
Kepler offset (LC) [ppm]
Kepler jitter (SC) [ppm]
Kepler offset (SC) [ppm]
TTV jitter, planet b [min]
TTV jitter, planet c [min]
SOPHIE jitter [ m s-1]
SED jitter [mags]

Notes. stands for a uniform distribution between a and b; indicates a normal distribution with mean μ and standard deviation σ; , stands for an asymmetric normal with mean μ, right width σ+ and left width σ; represents a sine distribution between a and b; finally, means a Jeffreys distribution between a and b.

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