This particular Swiss note is from the ’6th Series’ of Swiss bank notes, issued in November 1979 and withdrawn in May 2000.

Look at the circles. The blue-green circles represent the orbits of the planets in our solar system. The red dot in each circle represents the location of a planet. The big red dot in the center represents our Sun. The first circle represents Mercury’s orbit and the red dot on this circle represents Mercury. The second is Venus. The third is Earth. Notice the blue dot circling the Earth, this is the Moon(which is emphasised by the symbol of a moon drawn near it). The next circle is representing Mars and its orbit. The next circle represents a planet with five moons, which is Jupiter(Jupiter has 64 moons). The final circle is Saturn with its moons(Saturn has 62 Moons). The red elliptical orbit represents the path of a long period object like a comet, which I think is Elenin. Note the blue object within this elliptical orbit and its tail.

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