“Earth is the bright, starburst-looking flash of light at the middle of the photo, our moon the speck just down and to the left. From Saturn, our planet is hardly distinguishable as the orb we know and love.” — io9.com
“Perhaps the same could said for ourselves and those whom we love, as the distance between the two grows over time.” — Ed.
If Saturn sat in our moon’s position, what would our night sky look like? Former NASA artist Ron Miller imagines other planets nesting in the moon’s orbit.
To see the rest of Ron Miller’s planetary perspective and learn more about this project, go here for Rosie Taylor’s article.