RedDots: a temperate 1.5 Earth-mass planet candidate in a compact multiterrestrial planet system around GJ 1061

@article{Dreizler2020RedDotsAT,
  title={RedDots: a temperate 1.5 Earth-mass planet candidate in a compact multiterrestrial planet system around GJ 1061},
  author={Stefan Dreizler and S. V. Jeffers and E. Rodr'iguez and Mathias Zechmeister and John R. Barnes and Carole A. Haswell and Gavin A L Coleman and Sairam Lalitha and D Hidalgo Soto and John B P Strachan and Franz-josef Hambsch and M. J. L'opez-Gonz'alez and Nicol{\'a}s Morales and C Rodr{\'i}guez L{\'o}pez and Z. M. Berdi{\~n}as and Ignasi Ribas and Enric Pall{\'e} and Ansgar Reiners and Guillem Anglada-Escud'e},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2020}
}
Small low-mass stars are favourable targets for the detection of rocky habitable planets. In particular, planetary systems in the solar neighbourhood are interesting and suitable for precise characterization. The RedDots campaigns seek to discover rocky planets orbiting nearby low-mass stars. The 2018 campaign targeted GJ 1061, which is the 20th nearest star to the Sun. For three consecutive months we obtained nightly, high-precision radial velocity measurements with the HARPS spectrograph… 

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