Planets of our solar system compared to the Moon

Monday, January 31, 2011

How large would planets appear in the sky if the were in the same spot as the Moon?

Brad Blogspeed
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2 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

the video is totally wrong, and just made for fun.

Jupiter is 11.209 Earths in radius. So the reality of it's way more fantastic.

The Earth should be inside Jupiter, if Jupiter was in the same place of the moon. We will not see Jupiter in the sky, because it will be The sky.

Jonathan said...

The Moon is 376,289km from Earth. Jupiter is 71,492km wide at its equator, its widest point. So basically, you're completely full of shit.

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