Coralie radial velocity search for companions around evolved stars (CASCADES). II. Seismic masses for three red giants orbited by long-period massive planets

@article{Buldgen2021CoralieRV,
  title={Coralie radial velocity search for companions around evolved stars (CASCADES). II. Seismic masses for three red giants orbited by long-period massive planets},
  author={Ga{\"e}l Buldgen and Gael Ottoni and Camilla Pezzotti and Alexander J Lyttle and Patrick Eggenberger and St{\'e}phane Udry and Damien S{\'e}gransan and Andrea Miglio and Michel Mayor and Cristophe Lovis and Yvonne Elsworth and Guy R. Davies and Warrick H. Ball},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. The advent of asteroseismology as the golden path to precisely characterize single stars naturally led to synergies with the field of exoplanetology. Today, the precise determination of stellar masses, radii and ages for exoplanet-host stars is a driving force in the development of dedicated software and techniques to achieve this goal. However, as various approaches exist, it is clear that they all have advantages and inconveniences and that there is a trade-off between accuracy… 
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CORALIE radial-velocity search for companions around evolved stars (CASCADES). I. Sample definition and first results: Three new planets orbiting giant stars

Context. Following the first discovery of a planet orbiting a giant star in 2002, we started the CORALIE radial-velocity search for companions around evolved stars. We present the observations of

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