|Artist Nickolay Lamm has created a series of illustrations with the help of Marilyn Vogel that depict New York City would look like on other planets. She has a Ph.D. in Astrobiology, worked at NASA Ames for five years, and now teaches science at the university level. The below is on Mars.
"The Red Planet has a cold, thin carbon dioxide atmosphere about 100 times thinner than our own. The atmospheric lack of density is actually a major stumbling block to getting objects to the surface, since parachutes are insufficient. The oxidizing chemistry on Mars means that immigrants would see a very rusted Statue of Liberty if they were ever to stumble upon such a sight. Fine dust particles would also quickly cover New York during one of the planet’s frequent dust storms."
Aftre more, you can see New York City on Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
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