Direct images of CVSO 30 c. Left: Keck image of data by van Eyken et al. (2012), re-reduced. We note that the companion is north-east and not a contaminant south-east, as given in van Eyken et al. (2012). Right: our new VLT epoch, clearly showing the planetary companion, which has similar colour as its host star (Fig. 2). This excludes that it is a false positive for the inner planet candidate CVSO 30 b.
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