The picture below is a regular old landscape photograph taken by artist Ron Miller, a former art director for NASA. It shows the moon in the night sky, 240,000 miles away. But have you ever wondered what this same night sky would look like if the planets were the same distance away from the earth?
It would be interesting to have a different kind of “moon” in our night sky but in reality the effects on our planet would vary (absolutely catastrophic in some cases), ranging from massive tilt of the earth’s axis, chaotic spinning, erratic temperatures, stripping away of our atmosphere, crazy tides, less gravity, volcanic mayhem etc.
But hey, won’t it be nice to have another kind of moon? Enjoy!!!http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2345679/Photographer-Ron-Miller-creates-incredible-pictures-look-like-planets-closer.html