Reflected-light phase curves in the 0.77 μm band obtained for one orbit, for three eccentricities, and two observation geometries. In the circular case, lightcurves are centered on the superior conjunction (dayside in view) and are time-averaged while the gray area is the 1σ variability due to meteorology. For a given eccentricity, the same orbit is used for both observation geometries, but unlike Fig. 12 they are shown here with half a period offset so that both are centered on the superior conjunction (vertical line).
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