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Fig. 5


Comparison of the simulated performance of Kepler (left) and PLATO (right) in detecting the TRV, TDV, and TTV effects.A sequence of 20 simulated light curves for a Jupiter–Earth planet–moon system around a sun-like star were pre-computed and analyzed, similar to the system used in Fig. 4 (test case 1p in Table A.1). The 20 randomized noise realizations contain both white noise and granulation equivalent to an mV = 8 star. The Nyquist period of the system is equal to 2 Pb. The panels shows the periodograms of the TRV (top), TDV (center), and TTV (bottom) effects and their respective autocorrelations.

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