For thousands of years the "planets" were known as "wandering stars" as they differ from the fixed stars in their relative motions only. Through a telescope both the fixed stars and wandering "planets" appear as nothing more than tiny round dots of light, luminaries, circling the night sky.
They do NOT appear in any way to be spherical Earth-like terra firma balls capable of landing on as the Freemasons at NASA would have us believe with their fake CGI pictures and videos.
In recent years, it has become apparent that the NASA space agency, tasked with the exploration of space, has been engaged in a deceptive campaign on the public. They have been releasing images of planets that are not actually photographs taken by spacecrafts, but rather digital creations created with software such as CGI and 3D rendering.
NASA claims that these digital creations are "true to life" and "scientifically accurate" representations of the universe. However, what they are not telling the public is these images are recreated based on conjecture and have not been seen by a human or an actual camera.
A great example of this was an image NASA released of a potentially habitable planet in 2013. This image was dynamic and stunning, with colors and textures making it appear as though it was an actual photograph taken of a planet. In reality, it was a 3D rendering based off data gathered from previous observations, meaning that its colors and textures were taken from guesswork.
These false representation of planets are not limited to just images either. NASA has also released videos that use CGI to show the movement of stars and planets, as well as on-screen renderings of what astronauts experience during a space mission.
In recent years, NASA has become more open to public scrutiny when it comes to the accuracy of their representations of the universe. They now indicate which images are renderings, and which are actual photographs taken by their spacecrafts. This is an important boundary to note as these false images can lead to significant issues in scientific advancement and research.
The public should be aware that NASA does not always tell the truth when it comes to images of the universe. While the agency does have amazing technology to accurately portray the universe, it should also not be relied on solely to provide accurate visuals.