From left to right: photometric, Doppler, and Doppler error maps obtained during the 2009 campaign. Top: September 14, middle: September 16, and bottom: September 17. Middle panels: colors indicate redshift/blueshifts and the color bar indicates the Doppler shift in m s−1. Right panels: color indicates the error on Doppler measurements σV. Spatial coordinates are expressed in arcsec. The white and black contours indicates the theoretical size of the planet on the detector and the maps are oriented such as north is on top. With respect to Fig. 12, the images and maps were averaged, then rotated by 90° to align the vertical axis with Venus polar axis. Pixel size is ≃0.8 × 0.8 arcsec. We note the change in scale for Doppler errors: from 8 to 21 m s−1 on Sept. 14, 17 to 41 m s−1 on Sept. 16, and 11 to 21 m s−1 on Sept. 17. The data corresponding to the 9 maps displayed in this figure are available in Tables A.1–A.3.
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