Planetary Companions around Two Solar-Type Stars: HD 195019 and HD 217107*

@article{Fischer1999PlanetaryCA,
  title={Planetary Companions around Two Solar-Type Stars: HD 195019 and HD 217107*},
  author={D. A. Fischer and Geoffrey W. Marcy and R. Paul Butler and Steven S. Vogt and Kevin Apps},
  journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific},
  year={1999},
  volume={111},
  pages={50-56}
}
We have enlarged the sample of stars in the planet search at Lick Observatory. Doppler measurements of 82 new stars observed at Lick Observatory, with additional velocities from Keck Observatory, have revealed two new planet candidates. The G3 V/IV star, HD 195019, exhibits Keplerian velocity variations with a period of 18.27 days, an orbital eccentricity of 0.03±0.03, and M sin i = 3.51 MJUP. Based on a measurement of Ca ii H and K emission, this star is chromospherically inactive. We estimate… Expand

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