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Table 2

Four-vertices polygon parameters of the fit to the events A and B light curves.

Event A Event B

Continuum Ftop−1 (ppm) 0.9±6.9 1.3±6.5
Left wing { slope (10-4 day-1) –4.94±0.24 –5.24±0.30
Δt (day) 2.10±0.09 1.87±0.10
noise (ppm) 123 148
tingress (day) 213.32±0.06 1141.83±0.08
Bottom { depth (ppm) 1039±25 978±16
Δt (day) 1.00±0.07 0.92±0.07
noise (ppm) 123 109
tcentroid (day) 215.93±0.05 1144.15±0.05
Right wing { slope (10-4 day-1) 7.41±0.28 6.18±0.20
Δt (day) 1.40±0.04 1.58±0.05
noise (ppm) 100 142
tegress (day) 217.83±0.01 1146.19±0.03

Notes. We used a 4-degree polynomial to fit out the baseline and assumed that the bottom of the light curve is flat. Beginning-of-ingress, centroid, and end-of-egress timings are given in days past Kepler initial epoch at MJD 2 454 833.

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