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Beginning of ReadMe : J/A+A/538/A113 Extrasolar planets. Radial velocities of eight stars (Diaz+ 2012) ================================================================================ The SOPHIE search for northern extrasolar planets. IV. Massive companions in the planet-brown dwarf boundary. Diaz R.F., Santerne A., Sahlmann J., Hebrard G., Eggenberger A., Santos N.C., Moutou C., Arnold L., Boisse I., Bonfils X., Bouchy F., Delfosse X., Desort M., Ehrenreich D., Forveille T., Lagrange A.-M., Lovis C., Pepe F., Perrier C., Queloz, D., Segransan D., Udry S., Vidal-Madjar A. <Astron. Astrophys. 538, A113 (2012)> =2012A&A...538A.113D ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Stars, double and multiple ; Planets ; Radial velocities Keywords: planetary systems - techniques: radial velocities - stars: brown dwarfs - stars: individual: HD14651, HD16702, HD22781, HD30246, HD9230, HD137510, HD156279, HD167215 Abstract: The mass domain where massive extrasolar planets and brown dwarfs lie is still poorly understood. Indeed, not even a clear dividing line between massive planets and brown dwarfs has been established yet. This is partly because these objects are very scarce in close orbits around solar-type stars, the so-called brown dwarf desert. Owing to this, it has proven difficult to set up a strong observational base with which to compare models and theories of formation and evolution. We search to increase the current sample of massive sub-stellar objects with precise orbital parameters, and to constrain the true mass of detected sub-stellar candidates Description: The catalogue is composed of eight radial velocity timeseries, one for each target listed above. The radial velocities were obtained with the SOPHIE spectrograph at the 1.93-m telescope at the Observatoire de Haute-Provence. Addtional information for each star include the estimated uncertainty in the radial velocity, the bissector slope of the cross-correlation function, the exposure time, and the signal-to-noise ratio per pixel.