The distance between Earth and our moon is 238,855 miles. When you add up the diameters of all the other planets in the solar system, you find that you can actually fit them all between Earth and the moon: the sum of the diameters of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune is 236,126… Continue reading How Many Planets in Our Solar System Can Fit Between the Earth and the Moon?
We’ve shown some amazing moonrise timelapse images to you before, but nothing quite like this. The fictional video shows a scenario where the moon was actually orbiting around the earth at a much closer range than now, similar to the distance of the International Space Station (ISS). The ISS has a low orbit nearly 230… Continue reading What Would It Look Like if the Moon was Much Closer?
Daniel Arsham is a New York-based artist, but by the looks of this collection you might be more inclined to believe he actually lives on the moon. Arsham’s work has been featured everywhere from the New York Times to the Miami Herald, ranging from the two-dimensional to the four-dimensional. Besides his solo work, Arsham is pioneering a… Continue reading Man on the Moon: 9 Surreal Space Photos Framed