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You would not actually be able to see that much, the sunlight is less than 4% of the strength at Earth's distance to the Sun. That is still enough to see though (Much brighter than Moon light at night in fact). The problem is the transparency of the atmosphere; we can not look in, you can not look out. You would only see a weak brown or red glow below the ...


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The barycenter of the Solar System is the effect which should be considered physically. Although dominated by Jupiter other planets have substantial effect too, moving the Sun, with 99+% of all mass in the Solar System, around by entire Solar radii (700,000 km). Illustrated here The diagram below I happened to stumble upon here. It shows the distance of the ...



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