Surface densities around the four test planets shown in Figs. 2 and 3. Black lines refer to the Jupter-mass planets, gray lines to the 12 MJup-mass super-Jovian. Note that the disk of the Jupiter twin is much smaller than that of the super-Jovian and that both surface density distributions decrease with time. The radial positions of the Galilean moons are indicated at the bottom of the figure.
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