The Orbitum Planetarum Terram Complectenium Scenographia [A Scenography of the Orbs of the Planets Comprising the Earth] is a three-dimensional projection of the Ptolemaic system of the universe. It was created by Dutch-German cosmographer Andreas Cellarius in his atlas Harmonia Macrocosmica, published in 1660. The Ptolemaic system is depicted in the center, while the corners of the chart display the Copernican and Brahe models. The purpose of this is to depict how medieval understanding of the universe changed over time, beginning with the Ptolemaic model, which placed the Earth at the center, and moving towards the modern day understanding, which was created by Copernicus and places the Sun at the center.

Orbium Planeterum Terrram Complectentium Scenographia