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Fig. 1


Depth of search of the SHINE survey for the 150 stars in the sample. The black and white contour lines give the numbers of stars around which the survey is sensitive to substellar companions as a function of mass and semimajor axis. The mass conversion of the detection limits is based on the nominal stellar ages and on the BEX-COND-hot evolutionary models (Marleau et al. 2019a). The colored circles represent the detected substellar companions in the sample. The color indicates the spectral type of the primary star (BA, FGK, or M). The size of the symbol is proportional to the weight of the detection in the statistical analysis (see Sect. 2.4 and Table 1 for details).

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