What would it look like if the other planets were where the moon is?

I’ve seen a few of these about but I thought it would be cool to share this with you bloggies becasue I found these on Tumblr and had to share them with you…

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Pretty cool eh? Which one would you rather see in the sky?

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29 thoughts on “What would it look like if the other planets were where the moon is?

  1. Jupiter would be really cool, but the video doesn’t take into account the fact that if it was that close, Jupiter would be tugging on us, not trapped as a pretty little satellite in Earth’s orbit like the moon. Okay, now I just scored myself with the idea of being dragged into the red spot storm.

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