Decoding the radial velocity variations of HD 41248 with ESPRESSO

@article{Faria2019DecodingTR,
  title={Decoding the radial velocity variations of HD 41248 with ESPRESSO},
  author={J. Faria and V. Adibekyan and E. M. Amazo-G'omez and S. Barros and J. D. Camacho and O. Demangeon and P. Figueira and A. Mortier and M. Oshagh and F. Pepe and N. Santos and J. G. D. Silva and A. R. Silva and S. Sousa and S. Ulmer-Moll and P. Viana},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2019},
  volume={635}
}
Twenty-four years after the discoveries of the first exoplanets, the radial-velocity (RV) method is still one of the most productive techniques to detect and confirm exoplanets. But stellar magnetic activity can induce RV variations large enough to make it difficult to disentangle planet signals from the stellar noise. In this context, HD41248 is an interesting planet-host candidate, with RV observations plagued by activity-induced signals. We report on ESPRESSO observations of HD41248 and… Expand
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