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Sun seen from other planets

The brightness of the Sun drops off dramatically the further away you get from the Sun. 

Ignoring the long distances at which planets are situated, landscapes remain amazing.

All photos are taken by artist and illustrator Ron Miller:

Mercury - 58 million kilometers (36 million miles) from the Sun

Mercury – 58 million kilometers (36 million miles) from the Sun

 

Venus - 108 million kilometers (67 million miles) from the Sun

Venus – 108 million kilometers (67 million miles) from the Sun

 

Solar Eclipse on Earth. 150 million kilometers (93 million miles) from the Sun

Solar Eclipse on Earth. 150 million kilometers (93 million miles) from the Sun

 

Mars - 228 million kilometers (142 million miles) from the Sun

Mars – 228 million kilometers (142 million miles) from the Sun

 

Jupiter seen from the moon of Europa - 779 million kilometers (484 million miles) from the Sun

Jupiter seen from the moon of Europa – 779 million kilometers (484 million miles) from the Sun

 

Saturn - 1.43 billion kilometers (889 million miles) from the Sun

Saturn – 1.43 billion kilometers (889 million miles) from the Sun

 

Uranus seen from the moon of Ariel - is 2.88 billion kilometers (1.79 billion miles) from the Sun

Uranus seen from the moon of Ariel – is 2.88 billion kilometers (1.79 billion miles) from the Sun

 

Neptune seen from the moon of Triton - is 4.5 billion kilometers (2.8 billion miles) from the Sun

Neptune seen from the moon of Triton – is 4.5 billion kilometers (2.8 billion miles) from the Sun

 

Pluto - 5.91 billion kilometers (3.67 billion miles) from the Sun

Pluto – 5.91 billion kilometers (3.67 billion miles) from the Sun

 

 

source: iflscience.com

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