It seems that we face a fuzzy group of points with different distances. In fact, you see the unhurried dance of two brown dwarfs. For this combined 12 frames created over 3 years of observations with the Hubble telescope. With the help of high-precision astrometry, the Italian scientists were able to track the two components of the system during their movement.
This is Luhman 16AB, 6 light-years distant (it stands in third place in proximity to the star systems). It was discovered only in 2013 thanks to Kevin Lukhman. There are two brown dwarfs in the system, between which a distance of 3 Earth-Sun distances is established.
Scientists were interested not only in their dance, but also in the search for an invisible third partner. A previous review in the Very Large Telescope hinted at the presence of an exoplanet. The researchers wanted to test this by tracking the movement of dwarfs for a long time period. However, the mysterious companion was not found.