A probable planetary companion to HD 39091 from the Anglo-Australian Planet Search

@article{Jones2002APP,
  title={A probable planetary companion to HD 39091 from the Anglo-Australian Planet Search},
  author={H. Jones and R. Butler and C. Tinney and G. Marcy and A. Penny and C. McCarthy and B. Carter and D. Pourbaix},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2002},
  volume={333},
  pages={871-875}
}
We report the detection of a extrasolar planet candidate orbiting the G1 V star HD 39091. The orbital period is 2083 d and the eccentricity is 0.62. With a minimum (M sin i) mass of 10.3 MJUP this object falls near the high mass end of the observed planet mass function, and may plausibly be a brown dwarf. Other characteristics of this system, including orbital eccentricity and metallicity, are typical of the well populated class of radial velocity planets in eccentric orbits around metal-rich… Expand

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