They started with the Earth as the size of a marble and it needed an area about 7 miles (11.2km) to squeeze in the orbit of the outermost planet, Neptune. The team used glass spheres light by LEDs and some GPS calculations to map out the solar system at the area of the Black Rock Desert, in Nevada. When the night fell, they shot a timelapse from a nearby mountain that accurately reflects the distance of each orbital path at a scale of roughly 1:847,638,000. Well done guys! This is stunning!