We're so accustomed to our sun and moon that sometimes we hardly recognise how they form our view of the planet. This video will make you think about them afresh.
You may have seen earlier concept images about how planets of the solar system would look in our sky, if they took the moon's place, but have you ever wondered what you would see if our sun was replaced with some other, much bigger stars? Roskosmos is going to show you.
The Russian space agency released this truly amazing concept video, showing what our horizon would look like if Earth orbited around Alfa-Centauri, Sirius, Vega, Arcturus or Polaris. The results are stunning.
And here is another brand new, well executed Roskosmos video, showing the planets of our solar system on the moon's place: