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Table 1

Journal of the observations.

Date HJD Exposure time SNR R VP R VS
[d] [s] [km s-1] [km s-1]

20 Jul. 2009 2 455 033.48549 2700 330–750 26.7  −100.1
24 Jul. 2009 2 455 037.48790 3300 630–1320  −96.6 211.8
25 Jul. 2009 2 455 038.49492 2700 480–1000 26.3  −95.8
26 Jul. 2009 2 455 039.49494 2700 430–900 45.7  −153.9
27 Jul. 2009 2 455 040.49228 2700 160–350  −98.4 206.6
28 Jul. 2009 2 455 041.48290 2700 550–1180 10.0  −66.0
29 Jul. 2009 2 455 042.49901 2700 640–1330 52.1  −179.1
30 Jul. 2009 2 455 043.47908 2700 560–1150  −95.8 199.2
31 Jul. 2009 2 455 044.49895 2700 570–1230  −4.4  −40.3
03 Aug. 2009 2 455 047.46335 2700 500–1080  −23.8 5.3

Notes. The HJD is measured at mid exposure. The signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) is given in the wavelength range 4000–6700 Å and depends on the exact wavelength. Radial velocities are obtained by cross-correlation and have an error of 5 km s-1.

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