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Artist's impression of Tom's planet, WASP-142b, orbiting its star, WASP-142. The  planet is depicted as seen from a hypothetical moon. A second, dimmer star is seen in the background. Being 1000 light years away, the planet is too distant to  obtain a direct image.

An artist’s impression of the planet WASP-142b, depicted as seen from a hypothetical moon. (Credit: David A. Hardy. http://www.astroart.org/)
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Photos related to press release:

Tom Wagg at Keele Observatory 1.

Tom Wagg at Keele Observatory 1.
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Tom Wagg at Keele Observatory 2.

Tom Wagg at Keele Observatory 2.
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Tom Wagg at Keele Observatory 3.

Tom Wagg at Keele Observatory 3.
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An illustration of a WASP planet transiting its host star (image credit: Mark Garlick).

An artist’s illustration of a WASP planet transiting its host star (image credit: Mark Garlick). Click for large version

A NASA illustration of WASP-18b transiting its host star.  (Image credit: NASA/CXC/M. Weiss)

A NASA illustration of WASP-18b transiting its host star. (Image credit: NASA/CXC/M. Weiss) NASA source

An artist's illustration of an exoplanet orbiting one star of a binary system.

An artist’s illustration of an exoplanet orbiting one star of a binary system. (Image credit: ESO/L. Calçada/Nick Risinger ) Click for large version (3MB). ESO source.

WASP-South at Sutherland, SAAO

WASP-South at Sutherland, SAAO. [Click for high-res version (1.5 MB)]

WASP-South at dusk

WASP-South at dusk. [Click for high-res version (1MB)]

WASP-South with Keele astronomer Pierre Maxted

WASP-South with Keele astronomer Pierre Maxted. [Click for high-res version (1.2MB)]

WASP-South besides the APT dome at SAAO.

WASP-South besides the APT dome at SAAO. [Click for high-res version (1.8MB)]

WASP-South (nearest) among SAAO telescopes.

WASP-South (nearest) among SAAO telescopes. [Click for high-res version (2MB)]

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