The moon is about 386,242 miles from Earth. Our moon is certainly not low. More than that – it is big enough to be a full planet, of course, if it revolved around the sun, not the earth. The moon is a quarter the diameter of Earth. Only Pluto larger satellites relative to the size of the planet around which it revolves. We invite you to see how the other planets would look if they were at the scene of the moon. So, the Moon, as we see it quite often.
Mars - The Red Planet is almost twice the moon, so that in the sky above the Earth, it would have looked better.
Venus - in three and a half times the moon and six times brighter. It is the hottest planet – its surface temperature is about 400 degrees.
Neptune is 14 times greater than the Moon. That’s such a huge blue sphere it would look in our skies.
Saturn is 35 times greater than the Moon, and its rings would be stretched almost from horizon to horizon.
Jupiter is 40 times greater than the Moon. It is so big that we could not see any of the northern or southern pole of the planet.