Tuesday, 11 March 2014

africa in other planets

playing a bit more with comparisons between the dimensions of the planets of our solar system I decided to export part of our planet Earth to other places of the outer space just to make directly understandable the proportions of the sizes of the planets.

that's what I did: I took a famous continent of our mother earth, Africa, well placed in it's own notorious steady position in our globe, as you can see in the following image:


and then I make it travel from a planet to another of our solar system and I spread it along the different sizes of the spheres of the globes which turn turn around the Sun together with us.
so, here you can see a souvenir pic that Africa shot to herself during the trips to Mercury, Venus and Mars:


and here it's always Africa during her visits to Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.


It's an interesting way to understand a bit better the proportions of our planets, don't you think?

here you can see all the planets together.



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