|WASP-103 b||0.02 AU||462.6 M⊕||17.1 R⊕||0.9 days|
WASP-103 can be found in northern celestial hemisphere.
Astronomers used space telescopes Hubble, Spitzer and CHEOPS to identify deformed shape of an exoplanet orbiting a star 1800 light years away. The exoplanet goes around the star in less than a day. The strong gravity of the star causes the tidal effect, which in turn deforms the exoplanet’s shape.