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Fig. 1


Typical phase light curve. It shows the normalized stellar flux as a function of the stellar phase. The green and blue lines represent the instrumental noise and the planet phase modulation, respectively, both shifted by 1. The planet phase modulation is built with an albedo of 0.3, a planetary radius Rp = 0.1 R*, and properties as listed in Table 7. The red line is the stellar activity modulation as listed in Table 6, the black line shows the total flux, and the orange line is the total flux without the instrumental noise. This example light curve is also adopted for most of the tests performed in this paper.

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