3D-Printed Solar System

London-based artist George Ioannidis grew up watching shows like Carl Sagan’s Cosmos, so it’s only fitting that he found a company called “Little Planet Factory”. Thanks to 3D printers costing less than many smartphones, this technology was used to manufacture a host of miniature planets, moons, and suns that are small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. Planets range from 2.5-inches in size, and can be printed in sizes up to 7.8-inches in diameter for added detail. You can even order the entire solar system in a tiny bottle. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information. Click here for a few bonus images.

3D-Printed Solar System
3D-Printed Solar System
3D-Printed Solar System
3D-Printed Solar System
3D-Printed Solar System
3D-Printed Solar System

“Whether looking for a set of planetary models that are to scale or wanting to reach out and touch Jupiter’s moons, it’s all possible. Prices range from $13 for tiny planets up to $200 for the full solar system to scale,” reports My Modern Met.