Observations with the HARPS spectrograph could not confirm the 10. 24-day variation. Instead, two other periodicities were detected at 8. 78 and 40. 0 days, with amplitudes below the HET observational errors. The 40-day variation coincides with the rotational period of the star and is therefore caused by activity, but the shorter-period variation is not explained by activity and is therefore caused by a planet. Its semi-amplitude of 4. 1 m/s corresponds to a minimum mass of 8. 4 Earth masses, making the planet a Super-Earth.