Return of Horrible Educational Maps

According to reddit this is from an animated movie (can't remember from which one though and the respective thread at reddit is gone)

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According to reddit this is from an animated movie (can't remember from which one though and the respective thread at reddit is gone)

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This is actually quite annoying to me because it *FEELS* like it is from the UP! franchise (particularly with South America being the *least* screwed up part of the piece and "SOMEDAY!" as the text *and* the fact that the fact that it is clipped on the upper left is *sort of* like a page turning.

However, I have Disney Plus and I've gone through Up!, Dug's special mission (which is sort of a prequel for Dug just before he meets the main characters in Up!) *and* Dug Days.

The only other piece of the UP! universe it could be is a clip from Carl's date which will accompany Elemental in the theatres this summer.

Ideas?
 
*OR* I could use google image search...

Map is from Netflix's original series The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
 
*OR* I could use google image search...

Map is from Netflix's original series The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

So it is actually a real crotcheted map which just happened to look like something from an animated feature? (I guess the screenshot did pixellate a bit)

Oh well, on to the next webfind.

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And actually the clocks are just as bad as the map below.
 
I know the Solar System can never be depicted with correct proportions (except for logarithmic projections but those tend to confuse people) but the following one is ridiculous:

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I know the Solar System can never be depicted with correct proportions (except for logarithmic projections but those tend to confuse people) but the following one is ridiculous:
What do the dotted lines represent?
They can't be planetary orbits; the innermost one does not contain a planet. Though it is possible the artist had simply forgotten to place a planet on that orbit.
 
The solar system can be depicted with correct proportions - https://www.joshworth.com/dev/pixelspace/pixelspace_solarsystem.html but it really is freaking huge.

One can depict it with correct size and distance scales (there are a few Solar System models after all) but then you can either not see all of it at once because parts of it are too far away or if you can see all of it at once then the planetes are so small that you can't see them unless you are really close (okay, the four big one might be visible from a limited distance.

Basically you can either show the orbits of the planets (though to prevent too much squeezing up the inner orbits such a map should still be at least ~2meters wide) or the planets relative sizes (and hopefully nobody tries to add theSun to the size comparison)

Random logo unrelated.

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