Surface ice density for a planet of eccentricity 0.8 orbiting a 10-2L⊙ star. Top graph: when the surface ice density is at its maximum (just before the periastron passage, i.e., after the long eccentricity-induced winter); bottom graph: when the surface ice density is at its minimum (just after the periastron passage).
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