I think this beats out all those models of the solar system we made out of styrofoam balls and toothpicks:
Wylie Overstreet and Alex Gorosh created the scale model in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert.
The model began with a marble-sized Earth, which to scale meant the entire model required 7 miles of empty space.
The friends used a time-lapse camera to drive each planet’s orbit with a differently-colored light to clearly show the differences.
Just incredible. You can see the “making of” video right here.
(Image via YouTube. Thanks to Scott for the link)