Scientists have used a Nasa supercomputer to work out what our solar system would look like to alien astronomers searching for other planets.
New simulations have tracked the interactions of thousands of dust grains to how this view might have changed as our planetary system matured.
And astronomers hope that the new view could help them learn how to spot planets orbiting distant stars.
The dust originates in the Kuiper Belt, a cold-storage zone beyond Neptune where millions of icy bodies - including Pluto - orbit the Sun.
I have seen things.... beautiful things.