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Table 1:

M dwarfs with known planets and their masses discovered with the RV method.
Star b c d e References
GJ 876 $2.53~M_{{\rm Jup}}$ $0.79~M_{{\rm Jup}}$ $7.53~M_{\oplus}$   [1][2][3][4]
GJ 581 $15.6~M_{\oplus}$ $5.1~M_{\oplus}$ $8.2~M_{\oplus}$ $1.9~M_{\oplus}$ [5][6][7]
GJ 436 $21~M_{\oplus}$       [8]
GJ 317 $0.71~M_{{\rm Jup}}$       [9]
GJ 674 $11.1~M_{\oplus}$       [10]
GJ 849 $0.82~M_{{\rm Jup}}$       [11]
GJ 176 $8.4~M_{\oplus}$       [12][13]
GJ 832 $0.64~M_{{\rm Jup}}$       [14]
Note: the masses are minimum masses with the exception for GJ 436 and GJ 876. [1] Delfosse et al. (1998), [2,3] Marcy et al. (1998,2001), [4] Rivera et al. (2005), [5] Bonfils et al. (2005), [6] Udry et al. (2007), [7] Mayor et al. (2009), [8] Butler et al. (2004), [9] Johnson et al. (2007), [10] Bonfils et al. (2007), [11] Butler et al. (2006), [12] Forveille et al. (2009), [13] Butler et al. (2009), [14] Bailey et al. (2009).

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