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Desc:In real life, including orbits.
Category:Arts, Science & Technology
Tags:Solar System, installation art, Desert, Nevada, scale
Submitted:fluffy
Date:09/18/15
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Comment count is 9
infinite zest
Did they have to burn it afterwords to EDM?
Binro the Heretic
Poor Pluto.
jangbones
screw Pluto, Kuiper Belt and the Scattered Disk rule

Old_Zircon
I'm so sick of this specific variety of library music.
atheistgirl
We are specks in the infinite.
gravelstudios
The Air and Space Museum in DC has a scale model of the solar system that stretches for several blocks on the National Mall. The sun is about the size of a grapefruit, and Jupiter is about the size of a large marble. Earth is about as big as a pinhead.
oddeye
It's easy to make a scale model of something if you scale it down but no one has yet attempted to make a scaled up model of the solar system.
Albuquerque Halsey
I have a map of the Solar Syatem... Actual size. It says, 'Scale: 1 AU= 1 AU.' I spent last century folding it. I hardly ever unroll it. People ask me where I live, and I say, '00001.21/0006.90/0001.745.

Tough American Bouncer
Neat idea but the video kind of fails at it's purpose to convey the scale and I have seen this done better.
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