Nine years after its launch from Earth, NASA's New Horizons craft makes its closest pass to the dwarf planet Pluto and its satellite Charon before venturing onward to explore the outermost extents of our solar system: the Kuiper Belt.
The ground is [pluto]. The sky is black.
The galleon is 200 feet above the ground. The large astronaut is 4 feet to the right of the galleon.
The [charon] sphere is 170 feet in front of and 10 feet above and 50 feet to the left of the galleon. It is 35 feet wide and 35 feet tall and 35 feet long.