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Other Planets in the Place of the Moon (7 pics)

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Moon

1 Other Planets in the Place of the Moon (7 pics)

Mars instead of the Moon


2 Other Planets in the Place of the Moon (7 pics)

Venus instead of the Moon


3 Other Planets in the Place of the Moon (7 pics)

Uranus instead of Moon


4 Other Planets in the Place of the Moon (7 pics)

Neptune instead of the Moon


5 Other Planets in the Place of the Moon (7 pics)

Saturn instead of the Moon




6 Other Planets in the Place of the Moon (7 pics)

Jupiter instead of the Moon


7 Other Planets in the Place of the Moon (7 pics)


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№1 Author: rodrigozanatta (2 Apr 2013 01:56) Total user comments: 691


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Well, If you have the Jupiter or Saturn, the gravity will make our planet to be the moon of that planet :07:
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№2 Author: NeMa (2 Apr 2013 02:15) Total user comments: 719


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fantastic perspective
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№3 Author: adzhoe (2 Apr 2013 06:02) Total user comments: 14959


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eeehhh, no.
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№4 Author: Kho69 (2 Apr 2013 07:37) Total user comments: 52


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Neptune would be nice
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№5 Author: TheIronSea (2 Apr 2013 07:49) Total user comments: 1015


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Fantastico post! A favoritos.
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№6 Author: mahedi (2 Apr 2013 10:34) Total user comments: 10772


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Impressed
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№7 Author: abc (2 Apr 2013 12:22) Total user comments: 0


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uranus will be a delight to see as the moon but still everything is better as it is that's why it is as it is
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№8 Author: boink (2 Apr 2013 12:24) Total user comments: 1184


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yasirkajak,
you figured that out all by yourself?
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№9 Author: jP (2 Apr 2013 12:50) Total user comments: 855


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Cool!
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№10 Author: Wulfruna (2 Apr 2013 14:13) Total user comments: 141


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I bet there's an inhabited moon somewhere out there with views like these.
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№11 Author: Lu (2 Apr 2013 17:39) Total user comments: 15082


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Rather keep the moon, too many songs will become useless, ja?
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№12 Author: Lalimule (3 Apr 2013 00:15) Total user comments: 139


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Jupiter size is underrated
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№13 Author: pedro carlos (3 Apr 2013 05:50) Total user comments: 856


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i guess if venus would be in the same position as the moon is, it would appear much larger than in this picture, as it is roughly the same size as earth, when our moon is way smaller...
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№14 Author: atvitaly (3 Apr 2013 21:44) Total user comments: 441


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Probably some of them would look a bit bigger...
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