THE DISCOVERY OF HD 37605c AND A DISPOSITIVE NULL DETECTION OF TRANSITS OF HD 37605b

@article{Wang2012THEDO,
  title={THE DISCOVERY OF HD 37605c AND A DISPOSITIVE NULL DETECTION OF TRANSITS OF HD 37605b},
  author={Sharon Xuesong 雪凇 Wang 王 and Jason T. Wright and William D. Cochran and Stephen R. Kane and Gregory W. Henry and Matthew J. Payne and Michael Endl and Phillip J. MacQueen and Jeff A. Valenti and Victoria Antoci and Diana Dragomir and Jaymie M. Matthews and Andrew W. Howard and Geoffrey W. Marcy and Howard T. Isaacson and Eric B. Ford and Suvrath Mahadevan and Kaspar von Braun},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={761}
}
We report the radial velocity discovery of a second planetary mass companion to the K0 V star HD 37605, which was already known to host an eccentric, P ∼ 55 days Jovian planet, HD 37605b. This second planet, HD 37605c, has a period of ∼7.5 years with a low eccentricity and an Msin i of ∼3.4 MJup. Our discovery was made with the nearly 8 years of radial velocity follow-up at the Hobby–Eberly Telescope and Keck Observatory, including observations made as part of the Transit Ephemeris Refinement… 
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