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A Hot Saturn Planet Orbiting HD 88133, from the N2K Consortium

@article{Fischer2004AHS,
  title={A Hot Saturn Planet Orbiting HD 88133, from the N2K Consortium},
  author={Debra A. Fischer and Gregory P. Laughlin and R. Paul Butler and Geoffrey W. Marcy and J. A. Johnson and Gregory W. Henry and Jeff A. Valenti and Steven S. Vogt and Mark Ammons and Sarah Robinson and Greg Spear and Jay Strader and Peter Edward Driscoll and A. Fuller and Teresa Johnson and Elizabeth A. Manrao and Chris McCarthy and Melesio Mu{\~n}oz and K. L. Tah and J. T. Wright and Shigeru Ida and Bun’ei Sato and Dante Minniti},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
  year={2004}
}
The N2K consortium is carrying out a distributed observing campaign with the Keck, Magellan and Subaru telescopes, as well as the automatic photometric telescopes of Fairborn Observatory, in order to search for short-period gas giant planets around metal-rich stars. We have established a reservoir of more than 14,000 main sequence and subgiant stars, closer than 110 pc, brighter than V=10.5 and with $0.4 0.1$ dex for this survey. We outline the strategy and report the detection of a planet… 
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