A Comparison of Sizes in the Solar System

The Earth itself, by everyday standards, is quite large.

The Moon, the brightest object in the sky other than the sun, has a diameter about one-fourth that of the earth.

The apparent size of the moon is small, because the distance to it is quite large compared to the size of either the earth or the moon.

Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System, dwarfs the earth.

The sun dwarfs even Jupiter. Note on this scale how small the earth is.

Even the sun begins to feel small when seen on the scale of the planetary orbits.

The Sun becomes a tiny point, when seen on the scale of the orbit of Pluto.
Yet even on this scale, the nearest star would be over a mile away, indicating the vastness of interstellar distances.