I found this picture that my baby sister (Tuuna Taco) made for me in 1981, when she was 8 years old. Notice the detail and accuracy of her depiction of our vast solar system! Pay particular attention to Jupiter's lesser ring, the mighty jewel Saturn with her majestic ornamentation, the dusty rings of Uranus and the blue methane atmosphere of Neptune. See lost stepchild Pluto in its errant orbit, and the distant nebulae and comets, viewed through the eyes of the astronauts in the passing spaceship. See the asteroids, clustered and crowded between rocky, canal-ridden Mars and the bloated sphere of Jupiter. The subtle beauty of a ring galaxy is seen in the distance, as the sun looms close to the inner planets.
No painter trapped on Earth ever imagined a world so strange and lovely.