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Published on 4 Jul 2007
Visit http://www.avantgravity.com/3d_solar_... for a higher-res version of this animation. This is the non-stereoscopic version of the Solar System animation I recently posted (twice the resolution, and you don't have to cross your eyes to see it!) ...A quick 3-D flight to the end of the solar system and back! The planets are spaced proportionally apart from one another and from their respective moons, but I made them substantially larger than they should be given the distances, just to make them easier to see. The relative rotational and orbital velocities should be correct (yes, Jupiter and Saturn spin about their axes insanely fast...). I only included moons measuring more than 1,000 km in diameter.