Here's What The Sun Looks Like From Every Planet In Our Solar System

The Sun, as seen from one of the moons of Uranus. Ron Miller

Robin Andrews 13 Jul 2016, 14:04

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Uranus (seen from the moon of Ariel) which is 2.88 billion kilometers (1.79 billion miles) from the Sun

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Neptune (seen from the moon of Triton), which is 4.5 billion kilometers (2.8 billion miles) from the Sun. Cryovolcanic geysers cloud the horizon

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Pluto, which has a highly elliptical orbit, is an average of 5.91 billion kilometers (3.67 billion miles) from the Sun

All images in text: Ron Miller

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