A giant planet orbiting the ‘extreme horizontal branch’ star V 391 Pegasi

@article{Silvotti2007AGP,
  title={A giant planet orbiting the ‘extreme horizontal branch’ star V 391 Pegasi},
  author={Roberto Silvotti and S. Schuh and Rimvydas Janulis and J-E. Solheim and Stefano Bernabei and Roy {\O}stensen and Terry D. Oswalt and Ivan Bruni and Roberto Gualandi and Alfio Bonanno and G{\'e}rard Vauclair and M D Reed and C.-W. Chen and Elia Leibowitz and Margit Papar{\'o} and A S Baran and St{\'e}phane Charpinet and No{\"e}l Dolez and Steven D. Kawaler and Donald W. Kurtz and Paweł Moskalik and Reed L. Riddle and Staszek Zoła},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2007},
  volume={449},
  pages={189-191}
}
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