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Sunset in Space: Stunning Vistas of Our Solar System

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Sunrise or sunset can be a breathtaking spectacle, and even serve as an inspiration for a work of art. But how would such a spectacle look if observed from another planet of our solar system? Perhaps you may find an answer to this question while browsing the following gallery composed of works by Ron Miller, an acclaimed illustrator and writer specializing in science, astronomy, science fiction and fantasy.

© Photo : Ron MillerSurface of the sun.
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Surface of the sun.
© Photo : Ron MillerThick gas clouds make watching the sun from the surface of Venus a tricky endeavor.
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Thick gas clouds make watching the sun from the surface of Venus a tricky endeavor.
© Photo : Ron MillerA tiny shining speck - that's how the sun would look like if observed from the surface of Pluto.
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A tiny shining speck - that's how the sun would look like if observed from the surface of Pluto.
© Photo : Ron MillerIt's not easy to see the sun from the surface of Mars due to dust storms that frequently sweep across the Red Planet. In this scene, however, the sky appears to be clear, and the vapor plumes rising from the geyser-like ice towers do little to obscure the view.
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It's not easy to see the sun from the surface of Mars due to dust storms that frequently sweep across the Red Planet. In this scene, however, the sky appears to be clear, and the vapor plumes rising from the geyser-like ice towers do little to obscure the view.
© Photo : Ron MillerThis is how sunset may look like on Saturn.
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This is how sunset may look like on Saturn.
© Photo : Ron MillerThe sunrise on Mercury is at least nine times as bright as on Earth.
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The sunrise on Mercury is at least nine times as bright as on Earth.
© Photo : Ron MillerRon Miller is an acclaimed American illustrator and writer who lives and works in South Boston, Virginia, whose original paintings can be found in numerous private and public collections.
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Ron Miller is an acclaimed American illustrator and writer who lives and works in South Boston, Virginia, whose original paintings can be found in numerous private and public collections.
© Photo : Ron MillerA recent project launched by Miller, is devoted to publishing new editions of rare and obscure science fiction, fantasy and science fact books.
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A recent project launched by Miller, is devoted to publishing new editions of rare and obscure science fiction, fantasy and science fact books.
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