Planet lifetime as a function of planetary mass (X-axis) and initial semi-major axis (Y -axis) for three different initial stellar rotation rates. The color represents the logarithm of the planet lifetime in years (from 6 to 10). On each panel, the thick black line indicates the limit above which planets survive with their host star. Left panel: slow rotator, P*,ini = 8 days. The blue dot corresponds to the slow rotator of Fig. 10. Middle panel: median rotator, P*,ini = 5 days. The blue dots correspond to the cases treated above in the secular evolution, Figs. 8–10. Right panel: fast rotator, P*,ini = 1.4 days. The blue dot corresponds to the fast rotator of Fig. 10.
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