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We are used to seeing the moon in our night sky. But how would this night sky look if our moon was bigger than it actually is? Maybe if it was the size of a planet like Mars or Neptune? This series of images should give you an impression of what our view from Earth could be under different circumstances. You can compare these views with the actual views that can be seen from one of Jupiter's, Saturn's or Neptune's moons. Future generations might benefit from space tourism and maybe one day they will be able to undergo this incredible experience.

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Our Moon Our Moon
Mars instead of our moon Mars instead of our moon
Neptune instead of our moon Neptune instead of our moon
Neptune instead of our moon 2 Neptune instead of our moon 2
Saturn instead of our moon Saturn instead of our moon
Jupiter instead of our moon Jupiter instead of our moon

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