J1407b (1SWASP J1407 b). A spinning disk with a planet at its center. Discovered in 2012, this is what planet formation looks like in our galaxy. It is a giant gas planet which burns at about 600 degrees. Made up of hydrogen and helium. A full day is about 7 ½ hours long and it takes about 10-years for it to orbit around its sun (e.g. our 1-year with its seasons). Our comparative weight on the planet is at about 62 times that of the earth.
In a far off place from the Earth, the image cursor indicates where J1407b is located in the Milky Way galaxy.