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 [{{ :​public:​news:​press_release20150512.jpg?​nolink&​300|An artist'​s rendering of an exoplanet with cloudy mornings and clear, scorching hot afternoons, exhibiting a cycle of phase variations that occur as different portions of the planet are illuminated by its star, as seen from Earth. ​ (Credit: L. Esteves/​University of Toronto)}}] [{{ :​public:​news:​press_release20150512.jpg?​nolink&​300|An artist'​s rendering of an exoplanet with cloudy mornings and clear, scorching hot afternoons, exhibiting a cycle of phase variations that occur as different portions of the planet are illuminated by its star, as seen from Earth. ​ (Credit: L. Esteves/​University of Toronto)}}]
  
-Belfast, ​May 12, 2015 -- **“Cloudy for the morning, turning to clear with scorching heat in the afternoon.”** ​+May 12, 2015 -- **“Cloudy for the morning, turning to clear with scorching heat in the afternoon.”** ​
  
 While this might describe a typical late-summer day in many places on Earth, it may also apply to planets outside our solar system, according to a new study by an international team of astrophysicists including Dr. Ernst de Mooij at Queen'​s University Belfast, along with others from the University of Toronto and York University. While this might describe a typical late-summer day in many places on Earth, it may also apply to planets outside our solar system, according to a new study by an international team of astrophysicists including Dr. Ernst de Mooij at Queen'​s University Belfast, along with others from the University of Toronto and York University.
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