August the 7th 2001: the Second Planet orbiting HD 83443 is announced together with 4 other New CORALIE Planetary Candidates (around HD 6434, HD 19994, HD 92788, HD 121504). We also announced the detection of a low-mass Brown Dwarf orbiting HD 168443, a Star already known to host a Massive Planetary Candidate. All these Candidates were announced during the IAU General Assembly, Manchester
April the 4th 2001: 4 New Extrasolar Planets detected with CORALIE: the second Planet around HD 82943, a Planet on an Earth-like Orbit around HD 28185 and the companions to HD 141937 and HD 213240
June the 19th 2002: 5 Detections announced during the "Scientific Frontiers in Research on Extrasolar Planets" in Washington, D.C.: planetary companions to HD 114386, HD 147513 and HD 223084 (planet in binary); Independant discoveries of HD 196050 b and HD 216437 b.
January the 22nd 2003: Combined FEROS & CORALIE measurements reveal the presence of a planet orbiting the giant star HD 47536 (ESO Press release 03/03)
April the 14th 2003: A new hot Jupiter detected with CORALIE: HD 73256 b