Planets viewed from Earth as if they were at the Distance of our Moon

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+47 1. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

Video has been cut?

Jupiter scared me a bit.
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+23 2. joeman commented 10 years ago

Man, Jupiter is HUGE!
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+7 3. Dae commented 10 years ago

I would have liked to see some dwarf planets like Pluto, just to compare the size with the moon.

Nice overview though... the best one was earth, it's like seeing it from the moon, but with the trees.
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+28 4. nemmie commented 10 years ago

Imagine what solar eclipses we could get with jupiter as our moon :P
And the tidal waves. . . . :O
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+7 5. Greatus commented 10 years ago

Saturn would be epic!
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+31 6. Dazzz69 commented 10 years ago

I would of liked to have seen Uranus...........come on , someone had to say it. >:)
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+8 7. cranky commented 10 years ago

Where is Saturn?
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+17 8. iovnzu commented 10 years ago

#4 Only in that case the EARTH would be JUPITER'S moon, not the otherwise...
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+2 9. kaneg commented 10 years ago

how about all the moons of jupiter? that would have been cool.
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+10 10. zxoxz commented 10 years ago

#6. Did you know Uranus has rings??? It would really be something to see the rings of Uranus!!!
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+5 11. etplayer commented 10 years ago

IF other planetary bodies orbited at the same distance as our moon, we'd have to enjoy the view as we bent over to kiss our asses goodbye because all of those planets would collide in no time due to the gravitational pull of the largest ones.
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+10 12. davor1387 commented 10 years ago

Why you so scary Jupiter.
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+3 13. nemmie commented 10 years ago

#8 you don't say? of course I knew that, just toying with the idea
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+5 14. LQoQK commented 10 years ago

what are the point of all these planets?

they seems useless,
maybe human should travel to them and start trashing it like earth, then they might become useful
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+4 15. gringo commented 10 years ago

#6 & #10 I told my girlfriend just now that would be nice if we saw Uranus here, but she told me that I'm a pervert, damn :P
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+2 16. RomanianGuy commented 10 years ago

Jesus, imagine that all the time with Jupiter in front of us, we would use all the charcol , gas and gasoline to light the streets, just to light the streets ! How many years ...... to wait for jupiter to get away ...
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+5 17. c0mmanderKeen commented 10 years ago

#4 The gravitational pull jupiter has on some of its moons actually causes massive tectonic shifts in them!
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+2 18. RandurSource commented 10 years ago

That's scary enough, but it can even be larger then Jupiter:
http://www.snotr.com/video/807/Planets_in_scale_and_size