Solar System Skies

The moon goes through eight lunar moon phases in Minecraft (and in real life). This resource pack will replace each moon phase with a planet. It’s really cool to be out adventuring and then look up into the midnight sky and see Saturn, Mars or some other planet. Besides this it also changes the sun to make it look more realistic.

Creator: MCPEAlpha, Twitter Account

How does it work?

To skip through the different moon phases you have to use the following text command: /time add <amount> (amount could be e.g. 2000). It will not work to use the /time set command as then the moon phases are resetted.

The moon (or in this case planet) phases are in the following order:

Mercury

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Venus

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Mars

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Jupiter

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Saturn

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Uranus

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Neptune

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Pluto

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The sun looks more realistic:

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Installation

  1. Download Resource Pack .McPack
  2. Open Minecraft PE
  3. Settings > Global resources Apply pack
  4. Restart Minecraft PE

Click here to download a .ZIP file!

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26 Responses

  1. Redgit says:

    This is amazing! good job at the moons! But i think you took the sun from the Lively Default texture pack…

  2. SlapDashMC says:

    Awesome! 🙂

  3. Ethan22yy says:

    What #s are for each planet? I want to know because I want to make a space map

  4. Hong says:

    I added it with shaders and it looks great!

  5. Anonymous says:

    wow!!
    It’s wonderful!!

  6. THEPIGZ says:

    its so cool

  7. MRhashtag11 says:

    So cool 10 out of 10 m8

  8. IvanMaulana06 says:

    Can you change the planet resolution to 256x ??

  9. BuggyPig says:

    Cool thing

  10. Harrasaurus_rex says:

    Great love it!!!

  11. Random Person says:

    How do I delete this resource pack on iOS (without computer) 😧

  12. Darkside says:

    Cool addon!

  13. ScarletDevil57 says:

    Solar System skies? I like this! Each night you can observe the skies a little bit and since I’m someone who plays with a friend very constantly even he says it makes you really feel like you’re in a universe, and it also makes you question the planet you’re currently on. Oh, and the sun is nice too.

  14. TBNRCally says:

    Why is eris not there?

  15. That Boy says:

    Really nice good job :D!

  16. Anonymous says:

    Crash like every five minutes.

  17. Anonymous says:

    My very easy method just speeds up naming planets
    Mercury Venus earth mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto is some facts

  18. superspider3500 says:

    I like the idea of this, as I am obsessed with space myself. And speaking of Jupiter, they recently have found a second spot on Jupiter called the Great Cold Spot, slightly different in size in comparison to the Great Red Spot. And I found evidence that Pluto is a planet again!

  19. superspider3500 says:

    A little more on Jupiter: it has 67 moons! I in fact could name a few: Ganymede, Europa, Io, Callisto, Kore, Amalthea, Adrastea, Kallirhoe. And as for Pluto, it has five moons: Charon, Nix, Styx, Hydra, Kerberos(I had to google it for the erberos part). Mars has two moons: Deimos, Phobos. Neptune has fourteen moons, here are the few I know: Triton, Proteus. And finnaly, Saturn has 62 moons: Titan, Atlas.

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