What happens if there are other planets instead of the moon?

A little fantasy on the topic of what the night sky would look like if other planet of the solar system were in the place of the moon. What would the night sky look like if other planets of the solar system were in place of the moon.

What happens if there are other planets instead of the moon?

This is the moon, the night sky looks familiar.

What happens if there are other planets instead of the moon?

Planet Mercury, its size is comparable to the moon, so the difference is small.

What happens if there are other planets instead of the moon?

Mars. Its reddish color is clearly visible, and its size is noticeably larger.

What happens if there are other planets instead of the moon?

Venus, its atmosphere reflects sunlight much better than other objects in the solar system. She would illuminate the planet no worse than the Sun.

What happens if there are other planets instead of the moon?

Neptune, a blue ball would give a blue glow to the night sky. He is 14 times bigger than the moon.

What happens if there are other planets instead of the moon?

Uranus would be very similar to Neptune, but without its spots caused by huge hurricanes.

What happens if there are other planets instead of the moon?

Saturn, the most beautiful planet, the rings would stretch to a distance visible to the human eye. Due to its size, we could not see it completely.

What happens if there are other planets instead of the moon?

Jupiter, would occupy a vast space of the night sky, the dimensions are truly impressive. It is 40 times the size of the moon.

What happens if there are other planets instead of the moon?

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