Three hundred and twenty light years away in the Centaurus constellation sits one of the strangest planets humans have ever laid eyes on. It's four times as massive as Jupiter and orbits twice as far out as Pluto -- around one of its three suns.
See that tiny speck just to left of the bluish orb? That's a planet. It's one of the best direct images of an exoplanet we've ever seen, and it's made all the more remarkable given that it's a whopping 1200 light-years away.