Geometric albedo of Kepler-41b as a function of its day-side equilibrium temperature. Teq. The vertical dashed lines indicate the values of Teq assuming perfect heat redistribution (left) and no redistribution in the atmosphere (right). The grey band shows the albedo values allowed by the 1σ uncertainty on the occultation depth determined by Santerne et al. (2011a).
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