What Would The Sky Look Like If Planets Replaced The Moon?

What Would The Sky Look Like If Planets Replaced The Moon?


The moon stabilizes our climate with it's gravitational pull, is the brightest object in our nightly sky and is the closest celestial body to earth. On average, the distance from Earth to the moon is about 238,855 miles (384,400 km). Here's a little imagination fun from a space enthusiast Ron Miller for you. He created these cool images of how the sky would look if other planets were as close to us as the moon.

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