# The HADES RV Programme with HARPS-N@TNG - GJ 3998: An early M-dwarf hosting a system of Super-Earths

@article{Affer2016TheHR,
title={The HADES RV Programme with HARPS-N@TNG - GJ 3998: An early M-dwarf hosting a system of Super-Earths},
author={L. Affer and Giuseppina Micela and Mario Damasso and M. Perger and Ignasi Ribas and Alejandro Su{\'a}rez Mascare{\~n}o and J. I. Gonz'alez Hern'andez and Rafael Rebolo and Ennio Poretti and J. Maldonado and Giuseppe Leto and Isabella Pagano and Gaetano Scandariato and Ricardo Z{\'a}nmar S{\'a}nchez and Alessandro Sozzetti and Aldo S. Bonomo and Luca Malavolta and J. C. Morales and Albert Rosich and A. Bignamini and Raffaele Gratton and S. Velasco and Davide Cenadelli and Riccardo Claudi and Rosario Cosentino and Silvano Desidera and Paolo Giacobbe and E. Herrero and M. Lafarga and A. F. Lanza and Emilio Molinari and Giampaolo Piotto},
journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
year={2016}
}
• L. Affer, +29 authors G. Piotto
• Published 13 July 2016
• Physics
• arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics
Context. M dwarfs are considered ideal targets for Doppler radial velocity searches. Nonetheless, the statistics of frequency of low-mass planets hosted by low mass stars remains poorly constrained. Aims. Our M-dwarf radial velocity monitoring with HARPS-N can provide a major contribution to the widening of the current statistics through the in-depth analysis of accurate radial velocity observations in a narrow range of spectral sub-types (79 stars, between dM0 to dM3). Spectral accuracy will… Expand

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