In researching a planned post about M87's globular clusters, I again have been diverted. Being a rank amateur, I was studying how to use Aladin. Looking at some YouTube videos, I found this odd one, "Planet Like Object Found on ALADIN". The object looks bizarre, like the guy drew it in the picture. See the image below. I fixed up his coordinates to be 329.96625000 -11.17102778 and plugged them into Aladin, at http://cdsportal.u-strasbg.fr/ Click on "Object identifiers, measurements and bibliography" (it is at the top) takes you to the SIMBAD Astronomical Database click on basic search (at very top of Queries column. I don't know why the coordinate search does not work. Maybe some Aladin expert here can answer that.) which takes you to SIMBAD: basic query Paste in the coordinates, and click on "SIMBAD search" And you get the report. IF YOU HAVE Aladin Lite installed, you can click on the image enlarging arrows and you get the image shown below. (You can easily install Aladin.) So the YouTube image is real, and the image shown on this post is direct from Aladin. SIMBAD tells us it is a likely "Possible Horizontal Branch Star". See http://astronomy.swin.edu.au/cosmos/H/Horizontal+Branch+stars Please feel free to share other images of Horizontal Branch Stars, or any thoughts on all this.