The Sun's heat will be beating down on your spacecraft and slowly cooking you
Next, you will pass through Mercury's path. On Mercury, one day is equal to 58 days on earth. Mercury is the closest planet to the sun and orbits in a circle - Mercury has no moon
After Mercury you would pass through Venus' path which also orbit the sun in a circular pattern
26 million miles from Venus you will travel through Earths orbit path and then our moon's: Luna, where Neil Armstrong stood in 1969 whilst 500 million people watched worldwide
approximately 230,000,000km from the sun you would pass Mars, "The Red Planet"
550 million km later you would pass Jupiter, this is the equivalent to 25 billion blue whales, it would take you over 1.5 millenia to get here from Earth
Saturn would be next and then followed by Uranus and thenPluto which is now classified as a dwarf planet due to it it's size in comparison to all the other planete
After leaving our solar system we would ass through thousands of years worth of planets , solar systems, stars, asteroids, black holes etc. before leaving our galaxy, the Milky Way before you see the trillions of other galaxies beyond us and the expanding universe