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Fig. 11


Total cross correlation signal obtained by co-adding three nights of data of 51 Pegasi (top row), and nights of October 16 and 17 only (bottom row). The quantities on the axes are analogous to Fig. 10. The known position of exoplanet 51 Peg b is marked with white dashed lines. Although the exoplanet cross-correlation signal is detected even without removing the stellar spectrum, it is confused in the strong stellar residuals (left panel). Conversely, after removal of the stellar spectrum, the planetary signal is the only unambiguous signature detected, and all three nights co-add constructively as expected.

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