At a distance of 2-4 AUs, (in the asteroid belt), would you be able to stare directly at the sun? What about the rest of the view from this distance? Other planets, if at all visible, would just be tiny specks, like they are when viewed from earth? Would Jupiter appear larger by any noticeable amount? Apart from the sun and stars and some planets, I imagine nothing else would be visible and the sky would be mostly black - given the distance asteroids have from each other and their smallness, you probably wouldn't be able to see any other asteroids, right? What would light levels be like at this distance? How far away would you be able to see an object (say, a small ship or astronaut), before it disappears from view?