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Fig. 1


Maps of surface temperature, ice density, amount of water vapor integrated on a column, and precipitation for a planet around a 1 L star on a circular orbit. The terminator (the longitudes of 90°W and 90°E) is shown in black. For the map showing the surface water variation, a negative value means that liquid water disappears (evaporation or freezing) and a positive value means that liquid water appears (rain or melting). For the map showing the surface ice density, a density of 1000 kg/m2 corresponds to a 1000 mm = 1 m thick ice layer.

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