One of the most spectacular views and scenes on Earth is the sunset or the sunrise : how the bright orange, fire red like rays illuminating the skies is truly breathtaking view. But have you ever wondered how the sunsets look from different planets? Your curiosity will be pleased by looking through the gallery of illustrations done by Ron Miller, who is specializing in astronomy, science fiction and fantasy.
Astonishing and wild Venus has one of the most spectacular sunsets ever!
If you had a chance to watch it from Pluto planet, you would see a tiny shining speck only!
Mars is one of the most complicated planets to watch the sunset, due to the constant dust storms occurring across the planet.
The sunset from Saturn makes an illusion of floating in the skies, between the fluffy clouds – amazing scene!
Surface of the sun
The sunset on Mercury would be at least three times as bright as on earth!
Another work of Ron Miller who is living and working in South Boston, and the artist presents his works on numerous exhibitions.
One of the latest projects of Miller is publishing new editions of rare and unusual science fiction and fantasy fact books.