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The Solar System, FULL Version by licoti The Solar System, FULL Version by licoti
:bulletred:Edit : Thank you to Sylvafilms for this very very cool video who shows the solar system (YouTube) : [link]
:bulletred: Direct Download - HQ Video (Megaupload) : [link]

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:bulletyellow: Bonus : :bulletyellow:
¤ No Text version : [link]
¤ Direct Full View : [link]
¤ WallPapers : [link]
¤Text Readable : Soon...

:bulletred: :bulletorange: :bulletblue: :bulletgreen: Unfortunately I can't show you the full version here, because it is too large, and deviantart accept only the creation which are not more than 18 000 pixels wide. :(
But vou can download the .rar to view in high definition (30 000px ! :)) :bulletred: :bulletorange: :bulletblue: :bulletgreen:


After long workdays, i'm back...
Ok, so this is the second version (and final version) of The Solar System, with a few more explanations…

But first, why a second version?
If you look carefully at the first, you can easily see - like many of you have noticed - Neptune and Pluto are missing.

But why not be integrated directly Neptune and Pluto on the first version?
The first version was only to show you how i made this background for my portfolio and there was no space left to put Neptune and Pluto on this project.
And to be honest, i didn't except such a success

That's why i needed to make a new version with Neptune and Pluto, with more details: like moons, galaxies, and some other stuffs - i wasn't able to put all the moons of Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus because i needed more space (Actually there are 63 moons of Jupiter, 61 for Saturn, and 27 for Uranus), I've drawn the moons with a relatively large diameter - and as you can see, this version is twice bigger as the first one (30000 pixel)

Anyway, when I read your comments on the previous version, I had some back problems that I tried to correct it.
I tried to respect the maximum size of planets and their distances of separation, that is why creation is so large (sorry for small screens);
And indeed, below you can see the distance between each planet in Astronomical unit.

Obviously, the sun is not the right size because I wanted to see it entirely, and not cutted in the middle as in most solar systems that you've probably already seen; (if the sun had been in a Good size, he would have been approximately 10 000 pixels in the image :onfire:)...

I also cut the image into several parts to make wallpapers for those interested. Everything is in the pack. And you'll notice: All texts have been translated in English

Et voila ! I hope you will like this new version, and thanks for your comment ;)

Older version: [link]

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:bulletblack:Edit˛ : Now, you can have a wallpaper for each version you want : [link]
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BigBlueStar Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014
Wow, just wow!
netjunkie Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2013
The detail and beauty of this image is stunning. I can tell you put a lot of work into it, and it came out great!
bichlieulythi Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
kkwik Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2013
beautiful . But it seem a bit wierd that the sun is MUCH smaller than Jupiter. Thats look like jupiter is the sun
SevenWingedAngel Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013
What's Discovery II?
Xemylixa Featured By Owner May 13, 2013  Student General Artist
I'm in love with this! Gives a certain impression about the size of the Solar system! :)
mdpatel1980 Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013
can u put a link for 3840x1080 pixel cos I used dual monitor thanx
ryu3180 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013  Professional Photographer
PLEASE tell us this will be a full interactive simulation/ program!!!
thevixenisbrutal Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2013
Can I just, use this as a border for my bathroom? Which is solar system based.
paulsimonps Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013
You used the Asteroid Belt that is between Mars and Jupiter, and you used Pluto, but since Pluto is apart of the gigantic Kuiper Belt why not use that instead?
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