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Hey/3/ I am new here , and want some opinions on my assignment , many thanks
Bad but I made it better.

Just going off the screenshot since I cbf watching the video.
When rendering space scenes like this you really need to render planets separately and composite them into the scene later so that you can use a small FoV. With your current camera FoV anything spherical looks miniature.
You could always just model the scene to scale, but that causes issues with clipping and scene navigation.
Your light should be positioned where the Sun is.
There's no way you'd be able to see Earth, the Moon, Mars, and the Sun in those positions from that angle.
The UVs on Earth look wonky, like the Earth is a rounded cube, though it might just be the lighting creating that effect.

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