author={Nader Haghighipour and R. Paul Butler and Eugenio Jose Rivera and Gregory W. Henry and Steven S. Vogt},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
Keck/HIRES precision radial velocities of HD 207832 indicate the presence of two Jovian-type planetary companions in Keplerian orbits around this G star. The planets have minimum masses of Msin i = 0.56 M Jup and 0.73 M Jup, with orbital periods of ~162 and ~1156 days, and eccentricities of 0.13 and 0.27, respectively. Stromgren b and y photometry reveals a clear stellar rotation signature of the host star with a period of 17.8 days, well separated from the period of the radial velocity… 

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