"Sagittarius A is a complex radio source at the center of our galaxy, the Milky Way. It is located in the sky in the Sagittarius constellation. It is hidden from view at optical wavelengths by large clouds of cosmic dust in the spiral arms of the Milky Way. -- It consists of three components, the supernova remnant Sagittarius A East, the spiral structure Sagittarius A West, and a very bright compact radio source at the center of the spiral, Sagittarius A*." -Quote from Wikipedia
This image shows a hidden planet and it's closest moon yet to be discovered near the Sagittarius A*. Although they are circling it nearby the lightsource is still too far to shed stronger light to this planet and it's moon(s).
I'm glad I found some spare time this evening to relax in front of Photoshop again, it's been rare candy for too long. Well I have my own thoughts about it, but it's you who decides whether you like it or not, duh.
So don't hesitate, but let me know what you think of it!Textures from sxc.hu