FIVE LONG-PERIOD EXTRASOLAR PLANETS IN ECCENTRIC ORBITS FROM THE MAGELLAN PLANET SEARCH PROGRAM

@article{Arriagada2010FIVELE,
  title={FIVE LONG-PERIOD EXTRASOLAR PLANETS IN ECCENTRIC ORBITS FROM THE MAGELLAN PLANET SEARCH PROGRAM},
  author={Pamela Arriagada and R. Paul Butler and Dante Minniti and Mercedes L{\'o}pez-Morales and Stephen A. Shectman and Fred C. Adams and Alan P. Boss and John E. Chambers},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={711},
  pages={1229 - 1235}
}
Five new planets orbiting G and K dwarfs have emerged from the Magellan velocity survey. These companions are Jovian-mass planets in eccentric (e ⩾ 0.24) intermediate- and long-period orbits. HD 86226b orbits a solar metallicity G2 dwarf. The MPsin i mass of the planet is 1.5 MJUP, the semimajor axis is 2.6 AU, and the eccentricity is 0.73. HD 129445b orbits a metal-rich G6 dwarf. The minimum mass of the planet is MPsin i = 1.6 MJUP, the semimajor axis is 2.9 AU, and the eccentricity is 0.70… 
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