1. So, this is Earth:
2. This is the first picture of Earth taken from space, in 1947:
3. And this is a picture of Earth taken from a distance of 633,000 km (almost 400,000 miles) away.
4. And these are shots of the moon revolving around Earth, taken from a satellite a million miles away.
5. Speaking of which, here's what Earth looks like from the moon:
6. Here's that same view, in color:
7. And here's what Earth looks like just a little farther out:
8. Here's what a picture of both Earth and Mars together look like:
9. And here's a picture of Earth and the moon together, as seen from Mars, 142 million kilometers (88 million miles) away.
10. Now, let's zoom out a bit more. Here's what Earth looks like from the surface of Mars.
11. And — are you ready for this? Here's what Earth looks like from Saturn's rings.
12. And here's another shot of our little dot, from between Saturn's rings.
13. And finally, here is a picture of Earth taken from 4 billion miles away — the greatest distance from which a picture has ever been taken of ~us~.
This post was translated from German.