Four new planets around giant stars and the mass-metallicity correlation of planet-hosting stars

@article{Jones2016FourNP,
  title={Four new planets around giant stars and the mass-metallicity correlation of planet-hosting stars},
  author={M. I. Jones and J. Jenkins and R. Brahm and R. Wittenmyer and F. Olivares and C. Melo and P. Rojo and A. Jord'an and H. Drass and R. Butler and L. Wang},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2016},
  volume={590}
}
Context. Exoplanet searches have revealed interesting correlations between the stellar properties and the occurrence rate of planets. In particular, different independent surveys have demonstrated that giant planets are preferentially found around metal-rich stars and that their fraction increases with the stellar mass. Aims. During the past six years we have conducted a radial velocity follow-up program of 166 giant stars to detect substellar companions and to characterize their orbital… Expand
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