ihavejustsharted: [if the moon were only 1 pixel](http://joshworth.com/dev/pixelspace/pixelspace_solarsystem.html)
gwdope: There’s one in Boulder, it takes up the entire CU campus and earth is the size of a pea.
UsaIvanDrago: But where do I buy that dope ass earth marble?
Holy_Moonlight_Sword: In London there is a to-scale, constantly updating model of London in 1:1
Put1demerde: I believe there is one the entire length of Sweden.
Semyon: There’s a scale of the solar system in downtown Anchorage that’s pretty neat
macncheese97: That was surprisingly.. humbling.
Gnfnr5813: The big yellow one’s the sun!
Polar_Ted: [Eugene Oregon has one too](http://members.efn.org/~jack_v/)
waterbogan: There’s one of these in Zurich too, in the park up in the hills behind the city. I’ve walked the whole thing, its pretty cool
[Path of the Planets](https://www.wired.com/2008/11/visiting-zrich/), and a map [at this site](https://www.worldwidewriter.co.uk/exploring-solar-system-zurichs-uetliberg.html)
Similar setup in Australia including Pluto. Spread over a 2 hour drive with scale model planets to truly get a feel of distance. Endpoint (The Sun) is at Siding Sping Observatory.
PurpEL: Fucking dick stopped before pluto. Also seems to be sneakily sponsored by Ford
NicNoletree: In Orlando there’s a full scale model.
bladel: Any idea how they accurately drove those orbits? Neptune was 3.5miles out.
edwa6040: All that and we didnt get to see the picture they took
golgol12: [There is an image of the solar system to scale. It really does it justice.](http://joshworth.com/dev/pixelspace/pixelspace_solarsystem.html) Actually it’s a website. But you still see.
shadowX015: Cody from Cody’s Lab did something similar. He tries to make a scale model depicting the distance between our solar system and the nearest star. He uses a pea as the Sun. It always blows my mind when he reaches the end of the football field and then decides he has to leave the state to place the next object.
The nearest star winds up being the size of a radish seed 125 miles away.
Also, for people who like this kind of stuff, [The Pale Blue Dot](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/73/Pale_Blue_Dot.png). This photo was sent from Voyager I almost 30 years ago and the Earth is just 1 pixel in that photo.
Insanebrain247: Am I the only one who got disappointed that they didn’t include Pluto? I know it’s been almost a decade since Pluto was demoted but I still consider it a part of our solar system.
ZombieOfun: A moment of silence for our forgotten boi Pluto. A real planet in our hearts. On a more serious note: holy fuck that was interesting.
Landlubber77: If I left right now how long would it take to get to Uranus?
101Alexander: Didn’t Bill Nye do this…?
neobowman: I know there’s a website that has the whole solar system to scale. You get through it after a while of scrolling.
SamusAyran: Not really sure, but aren’t there scenes of this in the series “Mars”? I mean… both are from NatGeo after all.
libzdude: The Earth is flat this isn’t real. Now watch me as I ride off the flat sunset on my unicorn.
BExpost: Slightly off topic but gosh that guy’s attractive.
foreshock: I can’t be the only one who thought of MIB
lightninghand: Downtown Kansas City has a scale model of the solar system that’s a couple blocks long!
Sdude216: [Mark Rober made a video on this in a somewhat similar style](https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pR5VJo5ifdE)
An_Orange_Steel: Pretty sure Bill Nye did some shit like this
totallynonplused: So this is why the conspiracy theorists say there was no moon landing and the flathead idiots claim the earth is a huge risk tabletop game…
dickerson29: Does anyone know if they did the orbit time to scale? I feel like they did a lot of research to out this together and if they didn’t they missed out on another interesting fact about our solar system. Super awesome video though
ragneg9: The overview effect is my single most desired bucket list item. I won’t die unhappy if it doesn’t happen but god damn will I be happy if it happens.
CleverInnuendo: Still waiting for some of that sweet Flat Earth math about how all this works.
Kaisern: There’s one in Sweden. They were pretty clever and started with a [spherical sports arena as the sun](https://www.svtstatic.se/image-cms/svtse/1436349479/kultur/musik/article3090848.svt/BINARY/original/globen-jpg). Let’s just say the solar system is pretty big as Pluto is 300km away.
funkedad: Am I the only one thinking about burning man here )*(?
redditing_high: I think I would for sure cry if I ever got the chance to see earth from that far away.
Everything you’ve ever known is on this little tiny morsel of dirt and water, hurdling through space.
And we built a fucking rocket that shoots you so far into the sky that the earth appears to be the size of a marble. Every big ass building I’ve ever stood on or next to are now things so tiny they could be a grain of sand. I get short of breath just thinking about the shit.
desiever: There is also a [roadside model in Maine](https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/maine-solar-system-model) extending from Presque Isle to Houlton for 40 miles, at 1:93,000,000 scale.
AnonKnowsBest: It’s missing Pluto
phsyron: If they could have gotten it all in one shot, the real sun, the real moon, the scale sun and scale moon should have all been the same size. But of course the angles couldn’t have worked with the real sun and real moon =/.
Metatron-X: No Pluto WTF?!
Why do couldn’t they leave Pluto alone. It has been a planet for decades.