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Fig. 1


Kepler light curve of Kepler-1625. Left panel: Simple Aperture Photometry (SAP) flux. Right panel: Pre-search Data Conditioning Simple Aperture Photometry (PDCSAP) flux. The top panels show theentire light curves, respectively. The second, third, and fourth rows illustrate zooms into transits 2, 4, and 5 of Kepler-1625 b, respectively. These transits were shifted to the panel center and ± 10 d of data are shown around the transit mid-points. Some examples of jumps and gaps in the light curve are shown. Time is given as aBarycentric Kepler Julian Date.

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