This article has an erratum: [https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201630020e]
Reflectance phase curves for observer longitudes such that periastron is at 102°, 0°, and 180° phase angle (from top to second from bottom), and the emission phase curve for an observer such that periastron is at 0° phase (bottom) for the 3:2 resonance nitrogen-dominated case and an observer inclination of 90°. Lines are as in Fig. 15. We only show one orbit, as due to the symmetry of the planetary climate, the subsequent orbit produces almost identical phase curves. The emission phase curves show very little variation with observer longitude, hence we only show the view from behind periastron for brevity.
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