This is what we would see if the planets were as close as the Moon

The universe is an extraordinary site that may offer images of unique beauty. Unfortunately, we are tiny creatures who hardly we can explore all those beauties offered outer space.

However, if the reality was another and we had the opportunity to see up close to the planets of the solar system, as we see every night the Moon, what would it be?

1. The Moon

1. The Moon

Ron Miller

The moon, known since ancient times as a symbol for all things related to emotions, cycles, and mystery, reflects sunlight into the night sky. The full moon is thought to be an especially powerful, when emotions and tides run high. The inspirational beauty of the moon is also more evident at this time.

 

2. Mercury

2. Mercury

Ron Miller

This planet inspired philosophers of old to name it as a regent of communication, trade, and friendship. Mercury, nearest planet to the sun, makes a complete orbit approximately ever 88 days. It is only slightly larger than the earth’s moon, but no less magnificent to star and planet watchers.