Your cameras FOV seems a bit high in that screenshot, otherwise, neat screenshot.
An update on the Centauri system, it has passed the 2200 year mark and the system shows little sign of stabilizing back up. It was actually a really stable system until two gas giants flipped stars and started really messing things up. Later, one of the two got flung out, but the other wrecking ball of a gas giant is still around and also happens to be the largest in the system (it's now at 0.41 earths). I think the main problem is that I ended up with too many gas giants, six total now with one that is at about 8 Earth masses, not sure if that makes it a mini Neptune or a Super Earth. Not to mention the orbital dynamics involved with a binary.
In short, the system used to be stable and now it looks like a mess. I have 55 objects, not including the stars, so I hope some more stuff gets ejected during the next 800 years of sim time so I don't run out of letters, heh. Also, I was thinking of running it further after the 3000 year mark as it is to check for stability, but decided that the stability would be better tested in full scale.
Also, is there an easy way of getting a whole load of orbital information into Excel?