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Fig. 8


Top: joint probability density function of the orbital period and the eccentricity. The red (resp. blue, cyan) line corresponds to the 1 (resp. 2, 3)σ confidence interval. Bottom: minimum mass distribution of the planetary companions with the same confidence intervals. 99.73% of the solutions have a period between 5 and 90 years, an eccentricity between 0.47 and 0.95 and a minimum mass between 3.5 and 15 MJup.

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