Mishka Henner, Astronomical, twelve 506 paged volumes of black pages with planets and the sun on 11 of the pages. The Solar System is mostly pretty empty.
Top: Jupiter on page 283 of volume 2
Bottom: The Earth on page 155 of volume 1
Each page = 1,000,000 km. A picture of each planet in the Solar System is on a page equivalent to its distance from the Sun, with black pages in between. The Sun is on pages 2 & 3 of volume 1, Pluto is on page 503 of volume 12 (Earth: page 155 of volume 1. Jupiter: page 283 of volume 2. Uranus: page 383 of volume 6. Neptune: page 53 of volume 10). I did not know that Uranus and Neptune were so MUCH farther away than Jupiter and Saturn. According to this, it’s 6,069,000,000 km from the Sun to Pluto, which was maybe Pluto’s distance from the sun when he first made the books.
The index sheet, giving the relative distances of the planets from the sun
The related video

Mishka HennerAstronomical, twelve 506 paged volumes of black pages with planets and the sun on 11 of the pages. The Solar System is mostly pretty empty.

Top: Jupiter on page 283 of volume 2

Bottom: The Earth on page 155 of volume 1

Each page = 1,000,000 km. A picture of each planet in the Solar System is on a page equivalent to its distance from the Sun, with black pages in between. The Sun is on pages 2 & 3 of volume 1, Pluto is on page 503 of volume 12 (Earth: page 155 of volume 1. Jupiter: page 283 of volume 2. Uranus: page 383 of volume 6. Neptune: page 53 of volume 10). I did not know that Uranus and Neptune were so MUCH farther away than Jupiter and Saturn. According to this, it’s 6,069,000,000 km from the Sun to Pluto, which was maybe Pluto’s distance from the sun when he first made the books.

The index sheet, giving the relative distances of the planets from the sun

The related video

The Known Universe by The American Museum of Natural History, 2009