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Average Number of Stars per Galaxy
1E8
Population of Atlanta
500,000
Population of Austin
1,000,000
Population of Boston
700,000
Population of Chicago
3,000,000
Population of Colorado Springs
500,000
Population of Dallas
1,000,000
Population of Denver
700,000
Population of Detroit
700,000
Population of Washington DC
700,000
Population of Fort Collins
200,000
Population of Grand Rapids
200,000
Population of Houston
2,000,000
Population of Kansas City
500,000
Population of Lansing
100,000
Population of Las Vegas
600,000
Population of Los Angeles
4,000,000
Population of New York City
9,000,000
Population of Manhattan
2,000,000
Population of The Bronx
1,000,000
Population of Brooklyn
3,000,000
Population of Queens
2,000,000
Population of Staten Island
500,000
Population of Philadelphia
2,000,000
Population of Phoenix
2,000,000
Population of San Antonio
1,000,000
Population of San Diego
1,000,000
Population of San Francisco
900,000
Population of San Jose
1,000,000
Population of Seattle
700,000
Population of St. Louis
300,000
Population of the United States
300,000,000
Population of Canada
40,000,000
Population of Mexico
100,000,000
Population of the United Kingdom
70,000,000
Population of China
1,000,000,000
Population of India
1,000,000,000
Population of Alabama
5,000,000
Population of Alaska
700,000
Population of Arizona
7,000,000
Population of Arkansas
3,000,000
Population of California
40,000,000
Population of Colorado
6,000,000
Population of Connecticut
4,000,000
Population of Delaware
1,000,000
Population of Florida
20,000,000
Population of Georgia
10,000,000
Population of Hawaii
1,000,000
Population of Idaho
2,000,000
Population of Illinois
10,000,000
Population of Indiana
7,000,000
Population of Iowa
3,000,000
Population of Kansas
3,000,000
Population of Kentucky
4,000,000
Population of Louisiana
5,000,000
Population of Maine
1,000,000
Population of Maryland
6,000,000
Population of Massachusetts
7,000,000
Population of Michigan
10,000,000
Population of Minnesota
6,000,000
Population of Mississippi
3,000,000
Population of Missouri
6,000,000
Population of Montana
1,000,000
Population of Nebraska
2,000,000
Population of Nevada
3,000,000
Population of New Hampshire
1,000,000
Population of New Jersey
9,000,000
Population of New Mexico
2,000,000
Population of New York
20,000,000
Population of North Carolina
10,000,000
Population of North Dakota
800,000
Population of Ohio
10,000,000
Population of Oklahoma
4,000,000
Population of Oregon
4,000,000
Population of Pennsylvania
10,000,000
Population of Rhode Island
1,000,000
Population of South Carolina
5,000,000
Population of South Dakota
900,000
Population of Tennessee
7,000,000
Population of Texas
30,000,000
Population of Utah
3,000,000
Population of Vermont
600,000
Population of Virginia
8,000,000
Population of Washington
7,000,000
Population of West Virginia
2,000,000
Population of Wisconsin
6,000,000
Population of Wyoming
600,000
Radius of the Sun
700,000 km
Radius of Mercury
2,000 km
Radius of Venus
6,000 km
Radius of Earth
6,000 km
Radius of the Moon
2,000 km
Radius of Mars
3,000 km
Radius of Ceres
500 km
Radius of Jupiter
70,000 km
Radius of Saturn
60,000 km
Radius of Uranus
30,000 km
Radius of Neptune
20,000 km
Radius of Pluto
1,000 km
Radius of Haumea
600 km
Radius of Makemake
700 km
Radius of Eris
1,000 km
Mass of the Sun
2E30 kg
Mass of Mercury
3E23 kg
Mass of Venus
5E24 kg
Mass of Earth
6E24 kg
Mass of the Moon
7E22 kg
Mass of Mars
6E23 kg
Mass of Ceres
9E20 kg
Mass of Jupiter
2E27 kg
Mass of Saturn
6E26 kg
Mass of Uranus
9E25 kg
Mass of Neptune
1E26 kg
Mass of Pluto
1E22 kg
Mass of Haumea
4E21 kg
Mass of Makemake
4E21 kg
Mass of Eris
1E22 kg
Orbital Distance of Mercury
0.4 AU
Orbital Distance of Venus
0.7 AU
Orbital Distance of Earth
1 AU
Orbital Distance of the Moon (to Earth)
400,000 km
Orbital Distance of Mars
2 AU
Orbital Distance of Ceres
3 AU
Orbital Distance of Jupiter
5 AU
Orbital Distance of Saturn
10 AU
Orbital Distance of Uranus
20 AU
Orbital Distance of Neptune
30 AU
Orbital Distance of Pluto
40 AU
Orbital Distance of Haumea
40 AU
Orbital Distance of Makemake
50 AU
Orbital Distance of Eris
70 AU
Orbital Period of Mercury
90 days
Orbital Period of Venus
200 days
Orbital Period of the Moon
30 days
Orbital Period of Mars
2 years
Orbital Period of Ceres
5 years
Orbital Period of Jupiter
10 years
Orbital Period of Saturn
30 years
Orbital Period of Uranus
80 years
Orbital Period of Neptune
200 years
Orbital Period of Pluto
200 years
Orbital Period of Haumea
300 years
Orbital Period of Makemake
300 years
Orbital Period of Eris
600 years
Surface Area of Earth
500,000,000 km^2
Surface Area Covered by Water
400,000,000 km^2
Surface Area Covered by Land
100,000,000 km^2
Area of North America
20,000,000 km^2
Population of North America
500,000,000
Area of South America
20,000,000 km^2
Population of South America
400,000,000
Area of Europe
10,000,000 km^2
Population of Europe
700,000,000
Area of Asia
40,000,000 km^2
Population of Asia
4,000,000,000
Area of Africa
30,000,000 km^2
Population of Africa
1,000,000,000
Area of Antarctica
10,000,000 km^2
Population of Antarctica
5,000
Area of Australia
9,000,000 km^2
Population of Australia
40,000,000
Surface Area of Lake Michigan
60,000 km^2
Average Depth of Lake Michigan
100 m
Volume of Lake Michigan
5,000 km^3
Residence Time of Lake Michigan
100 years
Surface Area of Lake Superior
80,000 km^2
Average Depth of Lake Superior
100 m
Volume of Lake Superior
10,000 km^3
Residence Time of Lake Superior
200 years
Surface Area of Lake Huron
60,000 km^2
Average Depth of Lake Huron
50 m
Volume of Lake Huron
4,000 km^3
Residence Time of Lake Huron
20 years
Surface Area of Lake Erie
30,000 km^2
Average Depth of Lake Erie
20 m
Volume of Lake Erie
500 km^3
Residence Time of Lake Erie
3 years
Surface Area of Lake Ontario
20,000 km^2
Average Depth of Lake Ontario
100 m
Volume of Lake Ontario
2,000 km^3
Residence Time of Lake Ontario
6 years
Surface Area of Lake St. Clair
1,000 km^2
Average Depth of Lake St. Clair
10 m
Volume of Lake St. Clair
5 km^3
Residence Time of Lake St. Clair
7-9 days
Surface Area of Crater Lake
50 km^2
Average Depth of Crater Lake
400 m
Residence Time of Crater Lake
200 years
Volume of Crater Lake
20 km^3
Surface Area of Lake Vostok
10,000 km^2
Average Depth of Lake Vostok
400 m
Volume of Lake Vostok
5,000 km^3
Residence Time of Lake Vostok
10,000 years
Length of Grand River (MI)
400 km
Discharge of Grand River (MI)
100 m^3/s
Length of Red Cedar River
80 km
Length of St. Lawrence River
1,000 km
Discharge of St. Lawrence River
20,000 m^3/s
Length of Mississippi River
4,000 km
Discharge of Mississippi River
20,000 m^3/s
Length of Hudson River
500 km
Discharge of Hudson River
300 m^3/s
Length of Rio Grande
3,000 km
Length of Colorado River
2,000 km
Length of the Nile
7,000 km
Discharge of the Nile
3,000 m^3/s
Prominence of Mount Everest
9,000 m
Volume of Mount Everest (from Base Camp)
7E10 m^3
Prominence of Aconcagua
7,000 m
Prominence of Denali
6,000 m
Prominence of Mauna Kea
4,000 m
Prominence of Mount Rainier
4,000 m
Prominence of Mount Washington
2,000 m
Length of the Appalachian Mountains
2,000 km
Length of the Rocky Mountains
5,000 km
Dimensions of the Sierra Nevada Range
600×100 km
Dimensions of the Cascade Range
1,000×100 km
Surface Area of the Atlantic Ocean
100,000,000 km^2
Average Depth of the Atlantic Ocean
4,000 m
Volume of the Atlantic Ocean
300,000,000 km^3
Surface Area of the Pacific Ocean
200,000,000 km^2
Volume of the Pacific Ocean
700,000,000 km^3
Average Depth of the Pacific Ocean
4,000 m
Surface Area of the Indian Ocean
70,000,000 km^2
Average Depth of the Indian Ocean
4,000 m
Volume of the Indian Ocean
300,000,000 km^3
Surface Area of the Arctic Ocean
20,000,000 km^2
Average Depth of the Arctic Ocean
1,000 m
Volume of the Arctic Ocean
20,000,000 km^3
Average Resting Heart Rate
70 BPM
Average Stride Length
1 m
Average Height
2 m
Mass of a Penny
3 grams
Diameter of a Penny
2 cm
Mass of a Nickel
5 grams
Diameter of a Nickel
2 cm
Mass of a Dime
2 grams
Diameter of a Dime
2 cm
Number of Reeds on a Dime, Quarter, and Half-Dollar
100
Mass of a Quarter
6 grams
Diameter of a Quarter
2 cm
Mass of a Half-Dollar
10 grams
Diameter of a Half-Dollar
3 cm
Mass of a Dollar Coin
8 grams
Diameter of a Dollar Coin
3 cm
Diameter of a Raindrop
2 mm
Volume of a Raindrop
4E-6 L
Width of a Grain of Sand
0.5 mm
Width of a Grain of Salt
0.5 mm
Width of a Grain of Sugar
0.5 mm
Dimensions of a Sesame Seed
3x2x2 mm
Dimensions of a Grain of Rice
8x3x3 mm
Dimensions of a Coffee Bean
12x8x8 mm
Heat Capacity of Liquid Water
4,000 J/(kg*K)
Heat Capacity of Ice
2,000 J/(kg*K)
Heat Capacity of Steam
2,000 J/(kg*K)
Heat Capacity of Air
700 J/(kg*K)
Heat Capacity of the Human Body
3,000 J/(kg*K)
Heat Capacity of Concrete
900 J/(kg*K)
Heat Capacity of Sand
800 J/(kg*K)
Area of the Grand Canyon
5,000 km^2
Visitors to Grand Canyon National Park
6,000,000
Area of Yellowstone National Park
9,000 km^2
Visitors to Yellowstone National Park
4,000,000
Area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
2,000 km^2
Visitors to Great Smoky Mountains National Park
10,000,000
Depth of the Mariana Trench
10,000 m
Length of the Great Barrier Reef
2,000 km
Area of the Great Barrier Reef
300,000 km^2
Number of Species in the Great Barrier Reef
2,000
Area of the Mediterranean Sea
3,000,000 km^2
Average Depth of the Mediterranean Sea
2,000 m
Volume of the Mediterranean Sea
4,000,000 km^3
Residence Time of the Mediterranean Sea
90 years
Area of the Black Sea
400,000 km^2
Average Depth of the Black Sea
1,000 m
Volume of the Black Sea
500,000 km^3
Area of the Caspian Sea
400,000 km^2
Average Depth of the Caspian Sea
200 m
Volume of the Caspian Sea
80,000 km^3
Residence Time of the Caspian Sea
300 years
Area of the Red Sea
400,000 km^2
Average Depth of the Red Sea
500 m
Volume of the Red Sea
200,000 km^3
Area of the Persian Gulf
300,000 km^2
Average Depth of the Persian Gulf
50 m
Volume of the Persian Gulf
10,000 km^3
Area of the Gulf of Mexico
2,000,000 km^2
Average Depth of the Gulf of Mexico
2,000 m
Volume of the Gulf of Mexico
3,000,000 km^3
Area of Hudson Bay
1,000,000 km^2
Average Depth of Hudson Bay
100 m
Volume of Hudson Bay
100,000 km^3
Area of Chesapeake Bay
10,000 km^2
Average Depth of Chesapeake Bay
6 m
Volume of Chesapeake Bay
70 km^3
Discharge of Chesapeake Bay
2,000 m^3/s
Width of the Bering Straits
80 km
Distance from Detroit to Lansing
100 km
Distance from Detroit to Grand Rapids
200 km
Distance from Detroit to Chicago
400 km
Distance from Detroit to Los Angeles
3,000 km
Distance from Detroit to Miami
2,000 km
Distance from Detroit to Dallas
2,000 km
Distance from Detroit to Minneapolis
1,000 km
Distance from Detroit to Seattle
3,000 km
Distance from Atlanta to Miami
1,000 km
Distance from New York to Detroit
900 km
Distance from New York to Chicago
1,000 km
Distance from New York to St. Louis
1,000 km
Distance from New York to Kansas City
2,000 km
Distance from New York to Denver
3,000 km
Distance from New York to Washington DC
300 km
Distance from New York to Dallas
2,000 km
Distance from New York to Los Angeles
4,000 km
Distance from New York to Miami
2,000 km
Distance from Distance from New York to London
6,000 km
Distance from New York to Moscow
8,000 km
Distance from Miami to Rio de Janeiro
7,000 km
Distance from Los Angeles to Honolulu
4,000 km
Distance from Los Angeles to Tokyo
9,000 km
Distance from Los Angeles to Shanghai
10,000 km
Distance from Los Angeles to Sydney
10,000 km
Distance from London to Istanbul
3,000 km
Distance from Istanbul to New Delhi
5,000 km
Distance from New Delhi to Shanghai
4,000 km
Distance from New Delhi to Sydney
10,000 km
Number of Primes Between 0 and 100
30
Number of Primes Between 100 and 200
20
Number of Primes Between 200 and 300
20
Number of Primes Between 300 and 400
20
Number of Primes Between 400 and 500
20
Number of Primes Between 500 and 600
10
Number of Primes Between 600 and 700
20
Number of Primes Between 700 and 800
10
Number of Primes Between 800 and 900
20
Number of Primes Between 900 and 1,000
10
Sound Intensity of Most Firearms
150-160 dB
Sound Intensity of Balloon Popping Near Ear
150-160 dB
Sound Intensity of a Firecracker
150 dB
Sound Intensity of a Jet Plane at 30 m
140 dB
Sound Intensity of the Threshold of Pain
120-130 dB
Sound Intensity of a Loud Concert
120 dB
Sound Intensity of a Chainsaw
120 dB
Sound Intensity of a Car Horn
110 dB
Sound Intensity of a Night Club
110 dB
Sound Intensity of a Siren at 30 m
100 dB
Sound Intensity of an Active Construction Site
100 dB
Sound Intensity of a Walkman at Maximum Volume
100 dB
Sound Intensity of OSHA 2-hour Average Limit
100 dB
Sound Intensity of Shouting
90 dB
Sound Intensity of OSHA 8-hour Average Limit
90 dB
Sound Intensity of a Toilet Flush
80 dB
Sound Intensity of a Ringing Phone
80 dB
Sound Intensity of a Blender
80 dB
Sound Intensity of Freeway Traffic
70 dB
Sound Intensity of a Conversation
60 dB
Sound Intensity of an Electric Toothbrush
60 dB
Sound Intensity of a Normal Rainfall
50 dB
Sound Intensity of the Average Office
50 dB
Sound Intensity of a Quiet Office
40 dB
Sound Intensity of a Library
40 dB
Sound Intensity of a Soft Whisper
30 dB
Sound Intensity of Whispering at 1 m
20 dB
Sound Intensity of the Rustle of Leaves
20 dB
Sound Intensity of Normal Breathing
10 dB
Sound Intensity of the Threshold of Hearing at 1,000 Hz
0 dB (10^-12 W/m^2)
Diameter of a Baseball
7 cm
Mass of a Baseball
100 grams
Diameter of a Basketball
20 cm
Mass of a Basketball
600 grams
Dimensions of a Football
30x20 cm
Mass of a Football
400 grams
Diameter of a Soccer Ball
20 cm
Mass of a Soccer Ball
400 grams
Diameter of a Tennis Ball
7 cm
Mass of a Tennis Ball
60 grams
Diameter of a Yoga Ball
1 m
Dimensions of a Football Field
100x50 m
Area of a Football Field
5,000 m^2
Dimensions of a Soccer Field
100x70 m
Area of a Soccer Field
7,000 m^2
Dimensions of a Basketball Court
30x20 m
Area of a Basketball Court
400 m^2
Dimensions of a Tennis Court
20x10 m
Area of a Tennis Court
300 m^2
Area of a Baseball Field
10,000 m^2
Capacity of Spartan Stadium
80,000
Capacity of Michigan Stadium
100,000
Capacity of Little Caesar's Arena
20,000
Capacity of Van Andel Arena
10,000
Area of Alabama
1E5 km^2
Area of Alaska
2E6 km^2
Area of Arizona
3E5 km^2
Area of Arkansas
1E5 km^2
Area of California
4E5 km^2
Area of Colorado
3E5 km^2
Area of Connecticut
1E4 km^2
Area of Deleware
6E3 km^2
Area of Florida
2E5 km^2
Area of Georgia
2E5 km^2
Area of Hawaii
3E4 km^2
Area of Idaho
2E5 km^2
Area of Illinois
1E5 km^2
Area of Indiana
9E4 km^2
Area of Iowa
1E5 km^2
Area of Kansas
2E5 km^2
Area of Kentucky
1E5 km^2
Area of Louisiana
1E5 km^2
Area of Maine
9E4 km^2
Area of Maryland
3E4 km^2
Area of Massachusetts
3E4 km^2
Area of Michigan
3E5 km^2
Area of Minnesota
2E5 km^2
Area of Mississippi
1E5 km^2
Area of Missouri
2E5 km^2
Area of Montana
4E5 km^2
Area of Nebraska
2E5 km^2
Area of Nevada
3E5 km^2
Area of New Hampshire
2E4 km^2
Area of New Jersey
2E4 km^2
Area of New Mexico
3E5 km^2
Area of New York
1E5 km^2
Area of North Carolina
1E5 km^2
Area of North Dakota
2E5 km^2
Area of Ohio
1E5 km^2
Area of Oklahoma
2E5 km^2
Area of Oregon
3E5 km^2
Area of Pennsylvania
1E5 km^2
Area of Rhode Island
4E3 km^2
Area of South Carolina
8E4 km^2
Area of South Dakota
2E5 km^2
Area ofTennessee
1E5 km^2
Area of Texas
7E5 km^2
Area of Utah
2E5 km^2
Area of Vermont
2E4 km^2
Area of Virginia
1E5 km^2
Area of Washington
2E5 km^2
Area of West Virginia
6E4 km^2
Area of Wisconsin
2E5 km^2
Area of Wyoming
3E5 km^2
Radius of a Proton
9E-16 m
Mass of a Proton
2E-27 kg
Radius of a Neutron
8E-16 m
Mass of a Neutron
2E-27 kg
Mass of an Electron
9E-31 kg
Wavelength of Radio Waves
>1E-1 m
Wavelength of Microwaves
1E-1 to 1E-4 m
Wavelength of Infrared Waves
1E-4 to 7E-7 m
Wavelength of Visible Light
7E-7 to 4E-7 m
Wavelength of Red Light
7E-7 m
Wavelength of Orange Light
6E-7 m
Wavelength of Yellow Light
6E-7 m
Wavelength of Green Light
5E-7 m
Wavelength of Blue Light
5E-7 m
Wavelength of Violet Light
4E-7 m
Wavelength of Ultraviolet Waves
4E-7 to 1E-9 m
Wavelength of X-rays
1E-9 to 1E-11 m
Wavelength of Gamma Rays
<1E-11 m
$1 to Euro
0.8 Euro
$1 to British Pounds
0.8 Pounds
$1 to Chinese Yuan
6 Chinese Yuan
$1 to Mexican Peso
20 Mexican Peso
$1 to Indian Rupee
60 Indian Rupee
$1 to South Korean Won
1,000 South Korean Won
$1 to Japanese Yen
100 Japanese Yen
$1 to Bitcoin
2E-4 Bitcoin
Area of the United States
1E7 km^2
Area of Canada
1E7 km^2
Area of China
1E7 km^2
Area of Russia
2E7 km^2
Area of Brazil
9E6 km^2
Area of India
3E6 km^2
Area of Mexico
2E6 km^2
Area of the United Kingdom
2E5 km^2
Area of France
6E5 km^2
Area of Germany
4E5 km^2
Dimensions of a Prion
200x20 nm
Dimensions of a Viroid
300x10 nm
Width of a Virus
20-1,000 nm (good average: 100 nm
Width of a Prokaryotic Cell
0.1-10 mcm (good average: 1 mcm)
Width of a Eukaryotic Cell
10-100 mcm (good average: 50 mcm)
Dimensions of an RBC
8x8x3 mcm
Dimensions of a Sperm Cell
5x5x60 mcm
Dimensions of a Photoreceptor Cell
100x3x3 mcm
Dimensions of a Mitochondrion
4x0.8x0.8 mcm
Dimensions of E. coli
3x0.6x0.6 mcm
Dimensions of Paramecium
200x60x60 mcm
Length of an Ebola Virus
1 mcm
Diameter of a White Blood Cell
10 mcm
Diameter of a Keratinocyte
30 mcm
Diameter of an Ovum
100 mcm
Diameter of a Lysosome
1 mcm
Diameter of a Nucleus
7 mcm
Diameter of a Ribosome
30 nm
Diameter of a Baker's Yeast Cell
8 mcm
Diameter of Amoeba proteus
500 mcm
Surface Temperature of the Sun
6,000 K
Mass of Betelgeuse
2E31 kg
Radius of Betelgeuse
6E8 km
Distance to Betelgeuse
600 ly
Surface Temperature of Betelgeuse
4,000 K
Mass of Sirius A
4E30 kg
Radius of Sirius A
1E6 km
Distance to Sirius A
9 ly
Surface Temperature of Sirius A
10,000 K
Mass of Sirius B
2E30 kg
Radius of Sirius B
6E3 km
Distance to Sirius B
9 ly
Mass of Procyon A
3E30 kg
Radius of Procyon A
1E6 km
Surface Temperature of Sirius B
30,000 K
Distance to Procyon A
10 ly
Surface Temperature of Procyon A
7,000 K
Mass of Procyon B
1E30 kg
Distance to Procyon B
10 ly
Radius of Procyon B
9E3 km
Surface Temperature of Procyon B
8,000 K
Mass of Rigel A
5E31 kg
Radius of Rigel A
6E7 km
Distance to Rigel A
900 ly
Surface Temperature of Rigel A
10,000 K
Mass of Castor A and B
6E30 kg
Radius of Castor A and B
2E6 km
Distance to Castor A and B
50 ly
Surface Temperature of Castor A and B
10,000 K
Mass of Pollux
4E30 kg
Radius of Pollux
6E6 km
Distance to Pollux
30 ly
Surface Temperature of Pollux
5,000 K
Mass of Polaris
1E31 kg
Radius of Polaris
3E7 km
Distance to Polaris
400 ly
Mass of Vega
4E30 kg
Radius of Vega
2E6 km
Distance to Vega
25 ly
Surface Temperature of Polaris
6,000 K
Surface Temperature of Vega
10,000 K
Mass of Arcturus
2E30 kg
Radius of Arcturus
2E7 km
Distance to Arcturus
40 ly
Surface Temperature of Arcturus
4,000 K
Mass of Barnard's Star
3E29 kg
Radius of Barnard's Star
1E5
Distance to Barnard's Star
6 ly
Surface Temperature of Barnard's Star
3,000 K
Mass of Deneb
4E31 kg
Radius of Deneb
1E8
Distance to Deneb
3,000 ly
Surface Temperature of Deneb
9,000 K
Mass of Aldebaran
3E30 kg
Radius of Aldebaran
3E7 km
Distance to Aldebaran
70 ly
Surface Temperature of Aldebaran
4,000 K
Rotation Period of the Milky Way Galaxy
300 Myr
Radius of the Milky Way Galaxy
75 kly
Mass of the Milky Way Galaxy
2E42 kg
Number of Stars in the Milky Way Galaxy
3E11
Radius of the Andromeda Galaxy
100 kly
Mass of the Andromeda Galaxy
3E42 kg
Number of Stars in the Andromeda Galaxy
1E12
Distance to the Andromeda Galaxy
3 Mly
Mass of the Virgo Supercluster
3E45 kg
Number of Galaxies in the Virgo Supercluster
5E4
Radius of Cygnus X-1
40 km
Mass of Cygnus X-1
3E31 kg
Distance of Cygnus X-1 from Earth
6 kly
Mass of Sagittarius A*
8E36 kg
Distance of Sagittarius A* from Earth
30 kly
Age of the Solar System
5 Gyr
Radius of the Solar System
100 AU
Revolution Period about the Milky Way Galaxy
200 Myr
Age of the Universe
10 Gyr
Radius of Observable Universe
4E26 m
Volume of Observable Universe
4E80 m^3
Mass of Observable Universe
1E53 kg
Number of Stars in the Universe
1E19
Height of the Statue of Liberty
90 m
Annual Number of Visitors to the Statue of Liberty
3,000,000
Square Footage of the White House
60,000 ft^2
Dimensions of the Oval Office
8 m (short axis); 9 m (long axis); 6 m (height)
Height of the Michigan Capitol Building
80 m
Height of Faces of Mount Rushmore
60 feet
Annual Number of Visitors to Mount Rushmore
3,000,000
Mass of Granite Removed During Construction of Mt. Rushmore
400,000 tonnes
Length of Erie Canal
600 km
Length of Panama Canal
80 km
Height of Burj Khalifa
800 m
Height of Shanghai Tower
600 m
Height of Tapei 101
500 m
Height of Willis Tower
400 m
Height of One World Trade Center
500 m
Height of Old World Trade Center
400 m
Height of Empire State Building
400 m
Height of Jeddah Tower
1,000 m
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