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English: Comparison of how big the sun appears when seen from the surface of different planets.
Deutsch: Vergleich, wie groß die Sonne erscheint, wenn sie von der Oberfläche verschiedener Planeten gesehen wird.
Date 18 June 2008
Source Own work
Author Nevermore4ever

Berechnet nach der Linsengleichung unter Annahme einer willkürlichen Entfernung Linse-Netzhaut, anschließend Normierung der Bildgrößen.

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