Apparent size of solar system objects

I’ve put together correctly-scaled images of solar system objects so that you can see just how small the planets appear compared to the moon and each other. The moon was imaged at 0.612 arcseconds per pixel, while the planets were 0.098 arcseconds per pixel, save Mars, which was 0.328 arcseconds per pixel. Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn were imaged around opposition, which is when they are closest to Earth for the year. I included the distances to the objects at the time of imaging.