I'd beg to reckon yes, under the right circumstances.
"Exactly, The more impossible it is, the more beautiful it is. I stole that from someone in the discord lol. And earth and saturn are lit from the same angle because... PLANET SHINE!
The reflection off both saturn and earth lit the planet that the astronaut is standing on. The reason the earth is dark and we are seeing the night side is because I waited for the random pretty planet I found to eclipse the earth and then I paused there and found a nice spot on it that showed the entire night side of the earth while preserving the lovely twilight/dawn atmospheric scattering.
If I went on to the other side of the earth in this shot it would of been dimly lit by saturn the same how this planet the astronaut is on is dimly lit by saturn.
I created the shot by putting earth in orbit of saturn and finding a random pretty terra to put the astronaut on in a impossibly close orbit of 24,000 kilometers of earth. I downloaded the highest resolution solar system texture pack so the quality of the lights on earth would be the highest. I then proceeded to calculate the necessary right accession a nebula would have to be changed to and the distance from the sun so it would be at the correct angle in this 'beauty shot'.
I choosed the sixth raymarched nebula I believe if I remember correct, I am a beta tester so I have access to that not sure if thats in the regular version. And then finally I increased the aurora to an unrealistic size and put them at an unrealistic attitude so they would be above in the sky and compliment the nebula and the earth. And then I placed the 'standing nasa astronaut model'.
I then took the 4k screenshot with 32x msaa, I recreated it partially yesterday in 8k but with no msaa. Thanks for the comment mate, Gave me a chuckle. I'm glad you liked it."