Jigsaw puzzles are now more popular than ever thanks to so many of us staying home and looking for things to do other than Netflix.
It turns out that not only are they a great way to pass time, but they are also fun and, most importantly, relaxing — which is exactly what we need while we're at home.
Well, the folks at Blue Kazoo have just introduced their latest puzzle series — 3 incredible circular jigsaw puzzles of the earth, moon, and sun that are not only stunning to look at but also incredibly challenging to put together. They feature the most vibrant and high-resolution images of these celestial bodies ever taken.
If their previous puzzles are any indication, these will sell out, so we're ordering ours now to make sure we don't miss out.
This 1,000 piece Planet Earth puzzle "depicts night setting over the Atlantic from an altitude of 438 miles"... to be specific!
So just imagine the joy of constructing it piece by piece!
This awe-inspiringly detailed image comes from the Terra satellite which shows the lights in the cities of Europe and Africa glimmer as the sun shines on the Americas.
A team of scientists and graphic artists painstakingly spliced and layered the satellite’s imagery together to create this giant single image...
This ensures that every square inch of this puzzle - including the land, the water, the clouds, and the snow - is a clear and precise depiction of our amazing planet.
This round 1,000 piece burning Sun puzzle captures our nearest star in a way you simply cannot see without the help of space-age technologies.
The flares of light across this image are the sun preparing to erupt with a "coronal mass ejection," during which a tremendous amount of plasma explodes from the sun's surface - something that cannot be seen with the naked eye.
This would take a lot of patience to construct...But the finishing result would be totally worth it.
This gorgeous 1,000 piece circle puzzle of the moon shows the moon looking just as bright and beautiful as it does when it makes a full appearance once a month.
The dark areas we see across the surface are vast stretches of lava rock that create a stark contrast against one of the moon's most well-known characteristics — craters.