1. Here's you. Hi, you! How's it going? Digital Vision 2. You exist on Earth, that big guy right near the moon. Everyone and everything you know is on here. Via imgkid.com 3. Between the Earth and the Moon you can fit about 30 Earths: Via Twitter: @FactDroppin 4. Or, you know, every single planet in the solar system: Via universetoday.com 5. Here's what the Earth looks like from the Moon: Nasa Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter 6. And here's what the Earth looks like a little farther out, from Mars: Via Flickr: gsfc 7. But Mars is nothing compared to all the other planets in our solar system: sharan @Coralx1XTC The outer planets (gas giants) of our solar system. compared to the size of our Earth. 02:53 PM - 14 Mar 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite sharan@Coralx1XTCFollowThe outer planets (gas giants) of our solar system. compared to the size of our Earth.10:53 AM - 14 Mar 14ReplyRetweetFavorite 8. Especially Jupiter. Here's Earth compared to the red spot on Jupiter: Via Twitter: @IntergaIacticX 9. Here's North America compared to Jupiter: NASA / John Brady / Via astronomycentral.co.uk 10. And here's what Jupiter would look like if it were as far away as the Moon: Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Via heavy.com 11. Past Jupiter is Saturn. Here's how big Saturn is compared to us (well, five Earths): NASA / John Brady / Via astronomycentral.co.uk 12. And here's what Earth would look like with Saturn's rings: John Brady / Via astronomycentral.co.uk 13. And that's what you look like from behind Saturn's rings: Chew On This... @gottagetthepic Your place in the universe. It's all about perspective. #hhsbeavers 04:31 AM - 06 Jan 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite Chew On This...@gottagetthepicFollowYour place in the universe. It's all about perspective. #hhsbeavers11:31 PM - 05 Jan 14ReplyRetweetFavorite 14. But while that might make you feel small, those planets are nothing compared to the Sun: Via Twitter: @maiwandafghani 15. Here's a look at what we look like compared to the Sun: Gloriya Ukraine @Gloriya22 Space. Sun. Earth Compared to the Sun. 11:30 PM - 07 Feb 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite Gloriya Ukraine@Gloriya22FollowSpace. Sun. Earth Compared to the Sun.6:30 PM - 07 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite And one more: John Brady / Via astronomycentral.co.uk 16. But, of course, the Sun isn't that big at all. Here's our Sun compared to one of the largest stars we know of: Via Twitter: @CaitlinJLSHumes VY Canis Majoris is just about a billion times bigger than our sun. 17. But even that is so small compared to a black hole: World and Science @WorldAndScience Supermassive black hole NGC1277 put in perspective! 10:55 PM - 01 Feb 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite World and Science@WorldAndScienceFollowSupermassive black hole NGC1277 put in perspective!5:55 PM - 01 Feb 15ReplyRetweetFavorite 18. But let's zoom out a little more. The Sun, Jupiter, Saturn, all that stuff, is all part of the Milky Way. Here's where you are in our galaxy: Via messier.seds.org 19. And here's everything you've seen and see at night: Via joyreactor.com And here's how far our human voices carry outside into our galaxy: World and Science @WorldAndScience This blue dot shows how far the earliest human radio broadcasts have reached into the galaxy! (at the speed of light) 01:01 AM - 01 Aug 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite World and Science@WorldAndScienceFollowThis blue dot shows how far the earliest human radio broadcasts have reached into the galaxy! (at the speed of light)9:01 PM - 31 Jul 14ReplyRetweetFavorite 20. To give you a sense of how big the Milky Way is, the last time we were in the position we are now, dinosaurs were roaming the Earth: Via universetoday.com 21. But, of course, the Milky Way is nothing compared to what's out there. Here's what it looks like compared to the largest observable galaxy: Craig Brummer @CraigBrummer The largest galaxy we've observed is 60 times the size of our own Milky Way. 03:28 PM - 21 Dec 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite Craig Brummer@CraigBrummerFollowThe largest galaxy we've observed is 60 times the size of our own Milky Way.10:28 AM - 21 Dec 14ReplyRetweetFavorite And again: j ☯ @smokeinpublic Our galaxy (Milky Way) compared to the largest known galaxy (IC 1011). Crazy. 04:06 PM - 16 Jun 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite j ☯@smokeinpublicFollowOur galaxy (Milky Way) compared to the largest known galaxy (IC 1011). Crazy.12:06 PM - 16 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite 22. So the next time you look up in the sky, even though you might not see them, just know you're looking at thousands and thousands of galaxies all millions of years in the past. Via hubblesite.org 23. From what looks like darkness: Via ebaumsworld.com 24. And just remember: Everything you ever know and have known might seem important to you, but to the universe? You're just a tiny, tiny speck: NASA / Via visibleearth.nasa.gov Namaste.