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What the Night Sky Would Look Like If the Other Planets Were as Close as the Moon - It's not always easy to imagine just how big the other planets are. Here, a space artist's thought experiment turns into a lesson in Earth's relative size. | The Atlantic

What the Night Sky Would Look Like If the Other Planets Were as Close as the Moon

Space enthusiast Ron Miller wondered what if other planet's replaced moon? He turned his curiousity into a surreal series of retouched images where the moon is replaced by one of the other seven planets.

Supermoon This Saturday, Next One Is a Super 'Blood Moon' on Sept 28th

Tomorrow, a full moon will occur that appears slightly larger and brighter than usual. The reason is that the Moon's fully illuminated phase occurs within a short time from perigee - when the Moon is its closest to the Earth in its elliptical orbit.

7/8 If we had Uranus...

What if Other Planets Replaced Earths Moon? - My Modern Metropolis (Uranus)

The Sun is a mass of incandescent gas. Its also terrifyingly huge and magnificent. Photo by Göran Strand

Stunning Picture of the Sun Shows It’s Not as Quiet as You Think

picture of the sun with a h-alpha filter [only lets through light emitted by warm hydrogen, which is heavily influenced by the sun’s magnetic activity] by göran strand

Carl Sagan’s “Pale Blue Dot”: Amazing Art Based on Sagan’s Essay.

Carl Sagan’s Words Still Inspire: Amazing Art Based on “Pale Blue Dot”

Carl Sagan’s “Pale Blue Dot”: Amazing Art Based on Sagan’s Essay.

Why is outer space so beautiful? - Sharenator.

Why is outer space so beautiful?

An volcanic plume explodes above the horizon of Jupiter’s moon Io. The plume is erupting over a caldera (volcanic depression), named Pillan Patera, after a South American god of thunder.

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