CVSO 30b is short-period transiting planet candidate with an extremely short orbital period of only 10.8 hours. In contrast, the directly imaged planet CVSO 30c has an orbital period of about 27,000 years. The orbits of both planets could not have been more different. Both planets may have gotten into their current orbits following a violent planet-planet scattering event. CVSO 30c is 662 ± 96 AU from its host star, and this is far enough that the planet is not lost in the glare of its host star, allowing it to be directly detected. The direct observations indicate that the equilibrium temperature of CVSO 30c is ~1600 K.
Raetz et al. (2016), "YETI observations of the young transiting planet candidate CVSO 30 b", arXiv:1605.05091 [astro-ph.EP]