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PixelSpace

PixelSpace

A tediously accurate scale model of the solar system

Josh Worth's educational project uses pixels on a computer screen to accurately depict the vast distances in our solar system. Inspired by a discussion with his daughter, this tool challenges traditional models by providing a more realistic sense of the immense space between planets, making it accessible and understandable, especially for younger audiences.

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