Wylie Overstreet and Alex Gorosh headed for a dry riverbed in Nevada's Black Rock desert to create a truly accurate scale model of the solar system on Earth. And it's massive. It stretches across seven miles. The Earth is the size of a marble. Jupiter is represented by a ball the size of a watermelon. Watch this truly unique experiment unfold over 36 hours:
If you live in one of the select few areas where scale models of the solar system exist, you can experience it for yourself. For the rest of us, this is as close as we can get.
What do you think of the scale model?
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