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Fig. 9


Difference between the BIC of the planet–moon model and the no-moon model using different detrending methods for 160 light curves, generated using the PDCSAP flux of Kepler-1625, injected with three simulated transits. In the left panel (80 light curves), a planet and moon transit was injected; in the right panel (80 light curves), only the planet. Each light curve consists of three consecutive transits. Each row of eight detrending methods uses the same light curve. The rows are sorted by their mean Δ BIC, with black lines indicating the ΔBIC = {−6, 0, 6} positions for the mean ΔBIC per row.

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