|M44 / Praesepe Globular cluster|
The starry-skied planets are two so-called hot Jupiters, which are massive, gaseous orbs that are boiling hot because they orbit tightly around their parent stars. Each hot Jupiter circles a different sun-like star in the Beehive Cluster, also called the Praesepe, a collection of roughly 1,000 stars that appear to be swarming around a common center.
Read more on NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory web site HERE
Link to Praesepe Globular Cluster (M44) on wikipedia HERE