J1433b is an enormous hot blue gas giant orbiting J1433. It takes an hour or so to complete a full orbit around its star. Scientists are surprised that it hasn't been ripped apart by the force of its star. A flyby mission was conducted in 2682 in which a probe visited the system to both study and photograph J1433 and its planet.
Extremely fast winds and poweful thunderstorms rage across this behemoth. Large electrical storms could also be seen from the crew of a flyby mission that visited the planet in 2682.