Relative position and contrast of GJ 676A b in the WFIRST blue channel projected onto the sky plane for an albedo of 0.5. In combination with Fig. 15, this allows for optimal planning of direct-imaging observations. The data is the same as the one underlying Fig. 15. Contrast contours are shown for the ensemble of orbital solutions and the solid line shows the best-fit solution. Dashed and dotted circles indicate separations of 50 mas and 100 mas, respectively, from the host star marked with a cross.
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