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    Solar System Size Comparision

    Hello Everyone!

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    Animation : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QF5rKwYUW4c



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    Great work!
    English is not my native language so please be patient.

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    It's very pretty, but I don't think it works for size comparison. I like the bit of info that says that our solar system's mass is 99.5 % the sun, and the Jupiter makes up half of the remaining mass

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeVee View Post
    It's very pretty, but I don't think it works for size comparison. I like the bit of info that says that our solar system's mass is 99.5 % the sun, and the Jupiter makes up half of the remaining mass

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    I saved these off sometime ago.

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    The yellow circle on the second image is a far as we can see with the naked eye.

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    It looks like a lovely children's book illustration. But our moon has a poopy bottom! Oh no! Did mr. man in moon poopy pants?

    It's the moon we want to see, not the grown up book version which is cold.

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