Giant planets around two intermediate-mass evolved stars and confirmation of the planetary nature of HIP 67851c

@article{Jones2015GiantPA,
  title={Giant planets around two intermediate-mass evolved stars and confirmation of the planetary nature of HIP 67851c},
  author={M. I. Jones and J. Jenkins and P. Rojo and C. Melo},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2015},
  volume={580}
}
Context. Precision radial velocities are required to discover and ch aracterize planets orbiting nearby stars. Optical and near infrared spectra that exhibit many hundreds of absorption lines can allow the m s −1 precision levels required for such work. However, this means that studies have generally focused on solar-type dwarf stars. After the main-sequence, intermediate-mass star s (former AF stars) expand and rotate slower than their progenitors, th us thousands of narrow absorption lines… Expand
An eccentric companion at the edge of the brown dwarf desert orbiting the 2.4 M⊙ giant star HIP 67537

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