Actually this is a tribute to
de Kamp (1901-1995) who spent most of his life examining this star
and possible planets around it.
Although the planets he "found" were never confirmed, his work and devotion for his job probably
inspired many new "planet hunters". Today we know that
there are no Jupiter sized planets orbiting this star, but planets
with lower mass are not excluded.
As seen in table above, our planet
in habitable zone should orbit the star at the distance of 0.02
AU. This would probably made the planet to be tidally locked, which
means that one side of the planet would always be "day"
and the other would be "night".
Orbiting at speed of 85,6
km/s, Mercury sized planet would finish one orbit (it's year would
last) in 3 days 9 hours.