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Fig. 1


Recovery fraction of transit injections in 152 nights for our white noise simulation. Exoplanet signals with a S/N > 3.0 above other nights are considered recovered. We assume an impact parameter b = 0 and a star observed at S/N = 1200 pix−1. The radii of Jupiter, Saturn, and Neptune are indicated by the black and white dashed lines. As veq = 130 km s−1, radial velocities outside of our range are (close-to) zero. The effects of limb darkening are seen in the bottom rows as lower recovery fractions for higher radial speeds.

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