The planet search programme at the ESO CES and HARPS - IV. The search for Jupiter analogues around solar-like stars

@article{Zechmeister2012ThePS,
  title={The planet search programme at the ESO CES and HARPS - IV. The search for Jupiter analogues around solar-like stars},
  author={Mathias Zechmeister and Martin Kurster and Michael Endl and Gaspare Lo Curto and Henrik Hartman and Hampus Nilsson and Th. Henning and A. P. Hatzes and W. J. Duschl Institut fuer Theoretische Astrophysik and Gottingen and Mpia and Heidelberg and University of North Texas and Austin and Eső and Garching and Malmo University and Lund Observatory and Tls and Tautenburg},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2012},
  volume={552}
}
Context. In 1992 we began a precision radial velocity survey for planets around solar-like stars with the Coude Echelle Spectrograph and the Long Camera (CES LC) at the 1.4m telescope in La Silla (Chile) resulting in the discovery of the planet iota Hor b. We have continued the survey with the upgraded CES Very Long Camera (VLC) and the HARPS spectrographs, both at the 3.6m telescope, until 2007. Aims. In this paper we present additional radial velocities for 31 stars of the original sample… 
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