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Earth Moon Mars to scale. 50mm / 2" globe
pucci_gary Is there a way I could get 8 planets to this scale (below) Mercury - 0.5" Venus - 1.25" Earth - 1.25" Mars - 0.70" Jupiter - 3" Saturn 3" (bigger with rings) Uranus - 2" Neptune - 2" I have been looking EVERYWHERE for someone that can do this for me. I know the scale is off but it's a general idea and the bigger planets are bigger and the smaller planets are smaller. It would be used to teach. Let the kids hold the solar system in their hands. Sadly, I do not have access to a 3d printer.
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