How If another Planet Replaces Moon Position?

Astronomy Science ~ What would happen if the moon was replaced by various planets in the sky? One YouTube user has seen this hypothetical s...

Astronomy Science ~ What would happen if the moon was replaced by various planets in the sky? One YouTube user has seen this hypothetical scenario - and the results are quite impressive. In the video, they show how if put other planets closer to our planet, and it will produce spectacular scenery.

This video was made by YouTube users Yeti Dynamics. "This is a visualization of what we might see if the Moon were replaced with some other planet at the same distance as our moon," they explained. This video shows the other planets such as Mars, Venus, Neptune, Uranus, Jupiter and Saturn are placed in the position of the moon.

Mercury deliberately not entered because it has the same size as the moon. By month we measure 1,738km underestimated in radius, other dwarf planets in size when it was shown at the position approximately 240,000 miles (384,000km) from Earth. Interestingly, a few moons from other planets will also be on a collision course with Earth.

Sky view if Saturn replace Moon
For example, Dione which orbits Saturn at a distance of 235,000 miles (377,000km), is likely to hit Earth when Saturn is in a moon. Another interesting effect of the gravity, the gravitational influence of other planets to Earth if they are placed close together.



They can take off our atmosphere and causing huge waves in the sea and volcanic eruptions are becoming more frequent. If Jupiter is placed in the position of the moon, even the possibility of the Earth will not survive intact, this is likely to destroy the Earth and formed a ring around the giant gas planet. A second video also revealed as the moon looks when in the position of the ISS. Orbit at an altitude of only 255 miles (415km), ISS is relatively close to Earth.



But by putting in there, then it would fill a large part of our sky, blocking the sunlight into our planet and make the most of the Earth is in long darkness.

But of course, all this is just a hypothetical scenario.
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