Ron Miller is an artist and a writer. He decided to see what it was like if you took our the moon and replaced with other planets in our solar system. Here is the result.
Also, he adds further:
“it would be easy to see with the naked eye details on the surface of the planet that were previously visible only through telescopes. You could watch the ice caps grow and shrink during the changing seasons, see dust storms form and move across the planet and make out features like Vallis Marineris and Olympus Mons.”
This is how the moon currently looks in the current position.
Mars Rover Takes A Self Portrait
The Curiosity rover grabbed a special self-portrait last week. The Mars Hand Lens Imager (or MAHLI) is situated on the long arm used to gather samples. It turned around and snapped this shot of the mast head (the one that houses the cool laser-eye ChemCam) tinted via its dirty dust-cover.
The Other Side Of Mars
The Rover, Opportunity, at Endeavour crater produces a view like no other.
The Best Picture Of Mars You’ll See For A While
Taken by one of the earlier orbiters.
Mars In Color
Nasa has released these beautiful pictures of Mars from the rover, Opportunity.
Be sure to click on each thumbnail to see the full resolution of each shot.