it's an incredibly bright accretion disk, you can see it by turning down the exposure.
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This here is the second ever binary stellar remnant I have found so far. It is a neutron star and an accreting white dwarf. I assume that binary dead stars are rare in SE, and I would be interested in seeing or finding other multiple combinations of WDs. Qs an Xs. (RSC 8474-314-4-2259-11)
RS objects do not appear in the search box. But if the star exists, you can still go to it with 'Go to'. If the star does not exist then not. For example, if the RS number comes from another SE version. Or certain addons are used.
So I found a hot gas giant with 225 moons. The planet is orbiting near an asteroid belt, so I suppose that's how it got all its moons. It has a ridiculous inner moon system that is quite bright and it really makes a show when viewed from its large moon—even at day!