TRV, TDV, and TTV effects of an Earth-sized moon in a Europa-like orbit (3.55 d) around a Jupiter-sized planet. The planet–moon barycenter has a 30 d orbit around a sun-like star and the transits (not shown) were sampled with a PLATO-like cadence of 25 s. Left: without noise. Right: with noise contributions from stellar granulation and PLATO-like instrumental noise for an mV = 8 star. The subpanels show the autocorrelation. In all panels, blue symbols refer to a coplanar planet–moon system with is = 0 and orange symbols depict the effects for an inclined planet–moon system with is = 0.2 rad.
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