Planetenweg Göttingen - Mars - Göttingen, Germany
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member me.toString
N 51° 32.086 E 009° 55.841
32U E 564551 N 5709706
Quick Description: Planetenweg Göttingen: Mars
Location: Niedersachsen, Germany
Date Posted: 7/30/2020 4:26:45 AM
Waymark Code: WM12X5F
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member Mark1962
Views: 1

Long Description:
Der Planetenweg Göttingen ist ein Model unseres Sonnensystems im Maßstab von 1: (ein Meter im Model entsprechen also 1.000.000 Kilometer).
Entlang des Weges, der in er Nähe des Bahnhofs beginnt und sich durch die ganze Innenstadt bis hinauf zum Bismarckturm zieht, sind in maßstäblicher Entfernung für jeden Planeten eine Bronzestele mit Informationen zum jeweiligen Objekt aufgestellt. Der Planet selber ist ebenfalls maßstäblich dargestellt - so dass manche Planeten nur noch als winzige Kügelchen zu sehen sind.

Hier ist der Mars zu sehen. Er gilt als erdähnlichster Planet in unserem Sonnensystem. Auf dem Mars befindet sich der "Olympus Mons", der mit 26km Höhe größte Berg in unserem System.

The Göttingen Planet Path is a model of our solar system on a scale of 1: 2,000,000,000 (one meter in the model corresponds to 1,000,000 kilometers).
Along the path, which begins near the train station and runs through the whole city center up to the Bismarck Tower, a bronze stele with information on the respective object is set up for each planet at a true-to-scale distance. The planet itself is also shown to scale - so that some planets can only be seen as tiny spheres.

Mars can be seen here. It is considered the most Earth-like planet in our solar system. On Mars is the "Olympus Mons", the largest mountain in our system with a height of 26km.
Göttingen, Germany

To-Scale by distance: yes

To-Scale by Size: yes

Is the model an Orrery?: yes

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