Dont know what the phase shifting relationship is though. It will come to me.
Oops: This is Alpha Centauri B data...
I wonder if you can name both moons Sugar Glider Possum?
Updated again...final time hopefully.
Planet Orbit time
Red (Proxima B)* 11.1-ish days
Moon? 24 hours
Yellow 8.2 days
Light Green** 7 days
Light Blue* 4 days
Dark Blue ??
? Pink doesnt seem be signal error or the sum of Light Blue and Yellow and Light Green. If its a planet, it doesnt orbit the Star like one. If its orbiting Red (or light green), it is a moon with an elliptical orbit?
*Other Moons: the Light Blue curve has an odd pulse recurring after the transit and crest, and ninety degrees of cycle onward with the signal repeat every 360 degrees. if its orbiting blue it should be recurring just past the bottom of blue dip, and above half way up toward the next crest. making it dark blue with an orbit of two days. However, it overlays the Red at the sine wave peak prior to where the transit should occur. So is it visible as Red enters transit?
**Light Green has the very small amplitude. I would equate to a very tiny mass generating little rotational velocity contribution...or its a huge planet with little orbital radius.
One last update...
If they are actual planets and moons then yay...I got first exomoon. If not, it was an expedition into crazy waters without a harpoon.