author={Mercedes L{\'o}pez-Morales and R. Paul Butler and Debra A. Fischer and Dante Minniti and Stephen A. Shectman and Genya Takeda and Fred C. Adams and Jason T. Wright and Pamela Arriagada},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
We report the detection of the first two planets from the N2K Doppler planet search program at the Magellan telescopes. The first planet has a mass of Msin i = 4.96 M Jup and orbits the G3 IV star HD 154672 with an orbital period of 163.9 days. The second planet orbits the F7 V star HD 205739 with an orbital period of 279.8 days and has a mass of Msin i = 1.37 M Jup. Both planets are in eccentric orbits, with eccentricities e = 0.61 and e = 0.27, respectively. Both stars are metal rich and… 

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