NASA has released a video showing the appearance of sunsets on different planets,media reported. The simulations were created by Geronimo Villanueva, a planetary scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, which uses a computer modeling tool that is being developed for possible future Uranus missions. The whole process is a bit like the blueblueness of the sky on Earth.
Future spacecraft may also be a valuable tool for studying Uranus’s atmosphere when it visits Uranus. To get tested, Villanueva simulates sunsets of Uranus and other planets using an online tool called Planetary Spectroscopic Generator. The tool is understood to have been developed to allow scientists to understand the atmosphere and surface composition of different planets, exoplanets, moons and comets by replicating the transmission of light.
In the first video below, the sun moves under a wide-angle lens on the surface of Uranus, Earth, Mars, Titan and Venus, while the second provides a different viewing angle.