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Fig. 3.


Example of our detrending of a K2 light curve and successive transit detection with TLS using the data of K2-16 (EPIC 201754305). Top: EVEREST light curve (black dots) and our running median filter (red line). Center: detrended light curve that we used as an input to TLS. Transit times of the previously known planets K2-16 b and c are marked with green and blue vertical bars, respectively. Transit times of the newly discovered planet K2-16 d are indicated with red vertical bars. Bottom: phase-folded transit light curves of all three planets sorted by increasing orbital period from left to right: K2-16 d, b, and c.

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