Every round object in the solar system under 10,000 kilometers in diameter, to scale
Filed under Enceladus, Dione, Tethys, Titan, Rhea, NASA Mars missions before 1996, Iapetus, MESSENGER, Dawn, Saturn's moons, dwarf planets beyond Neptune, Mimas, Jupiter's moons, Io, Pluto, Europa, scale comparisons, Charon, Ganymede, amateur image processing, Eris, Callisto, the Moon, Mars, asteroid 4 Vesta, New Horizons, Cassini, Galileo, Voyager 1 and 2, asteroid 2 Pallas, asteroid 1 Ceres, trans-neptunian objects, pretty pictures, asteroids, best of, Triton, Neptune's moons, Uranus' moons
Estimated sizes for Kuiper belt objects from Mike Brown's "How many dwarf planets are there in the outer solar system?" page, retrieved on November 2, 2015.
- Here is the same graphic, without text.
- Here is a version that only includes the worlds that have been visited, with text.
- Here is a version that only includes the worlds that have been visited, without text.
Original image data dated on or about July 14, 2015.
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