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Scale Of The Universe

Next Up: Human-Size Things, Buildings and Mountains!
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Transcript of Scale Of The Universe

Planck Length
1.6*10^-35 m
String Theory
1*10^-35 m
Quantum Foam
1*10^-35 m
0.0000000001 yoctometers
Skip to 1 yoctometer...
Yoctometer (ym) (Diameter)
10^-24 meters
0.000000000000000000000001 meters
Neutrino
1 yoctometer
10 yoctometers
Top Quark
100 yoctometers
Zeptometer (zm) (Diameter)
10^-21 m
Zeptometer (zm) (Diameter)
10^-21 meters
0.000000000000000000001 m
Zeptometer (zm) (Diameter)
10^-21 meters
0.000000000000000000001 meters
High-Energy Neutrino
15 zeptometers
Bottom Quark
30 zeptometers
Charm Quark
100 zeptometers
Attometer (am) (Diameter)
10^-18 meters

0.000000000000000001 meters
Attometer (am) (Diameter)
10^-18 meters
0.000000000000000001
Strange Quark
400 zeptometers
Up Quark
1 attometer
Down Quark
1 attometer
W
Range Of
The Weak Force
10 attometers
Lengths Shorter
Than This Are
Not Confirmed
100 attometers
Femtometer (fm) (Diameter)
10^-15 meters

0.000000000000001 meters
Femtometer (fm) (Diameter)
10^-15 meters
0.000000000000001 meters
Femtometer (fm) (Diameter)
10^-15 meters
0.000000000000001 meters
Proton
1 femtometer
1 femtometer
Neutron
Helium Nucleus
3 femtometers
Electron (Classical)
5 femtometers
e
Chlorine Nucleus
6 femtometers
Uranium Nucleus
15 femtometers
100 femtometers
Picometer (pm) (Diameter)
10^-12 meters

0.000000000001 meters
Gamma Ray Wavelength
1 picometer
Gamma Ray Wavelength
1 picometer
Helium Atom
25 picometers
Hydrogen Atom
31 picometers
Ångstrom
(Unit)
100 picometers
Smallest Thing Visible
To An
Electron Microscope
50 picometers
Carbon Atom
160 picometers
Water Molecule
280 picometers
Cesium Atom
500 picometers
Cesium Atom
500 picometers
Nanometer (nm) (Diameter)
10^-9 meters
0.000000001 meters
Cesium Atom
500 picometers
Nanometer (nm) (Diameter)
10^-9 meters
0.000000001 meters
Alpha Helix
500 picometers
X-Ray Wavelength
500 picometers
Glucose
800 picometers
Carbon Nanotube
1 nanometer
Buckyball
1 nanometer
(Buckminsterfullerene)
Phospholipid
2.5 nanometers
DNA Width
3 nanometers
Phospholipid Bilayer
5 nanometers
Porcine Circovirus
17 nanometers
Transistor Gate
25 nanometers
Hepatitis B Virus
42 nanometers
HIV Virus
90 nanometers
Ultraviolet
Wavelength
60 nanometers
Smallest Thing Visible
To An
Optical Microscope
200 nanometers
Bacteriophage
200 nanometers
Micrometer (μm) (Diameter)
10^-6 meters

0.000001 meters
Violet Light Wavelength
400 nanometers
Mimivirus
400 nanometers
Megavirus
440 nanometers
Micrometer (μm) (Diameter)
10^-6 meters
0.000001 meters
Red Light Wavelength
750 nanometers
Y Chromosome
1.5 micrometers
Clay Particle
2 micrometers
E. Coli
2 micrometers
X Chromosome
4 micrometers
Mitochondrion
4 micrometers
Red Blood Cell
7 micrometers
Cell Nucleus
7 micrometers

Chloroplast
8 micrometers
White Blood Cell
10 micrometers
Width Of Silk Fiber
15 micrometers
Twip
17.6 micrometers
Infrared Wavelength
15 micrometers
Mist Droplet
20 micrometers
Thou
25.4 micrometers
Skin Cell
35 micrometers
Silt Particle
50 micrometers
Smallest Object Visible
To The
Unaided Eye
100 micrometers
Ovum (Human Egg)
120 micrometers
Thickness Of Paper
150 micrometers
Paramecium
200 micrometers
LCD Pixel
300 micrometers
LCD Pixel
300 micrometers
Amoeba
350 micrometers
Dust Mite
300 micrometers
Average Grain Of Sand
500 micrometers
Average Grain Of Salt
500 micrometers
Copyright ©2012 Cary and Michael Huang (http://htwins.net)
2014 Update
Average Pencil Lead Width
700 micrometers
Thiomargarita
nambiensis
750 micrometers
Duckweed
2 millimeters
Ant
4 millimeters
Grain Of Rice
5 millimeters
Sleet Pellet
5 millimeters
Sunflower Seed
7 millimeters
Millimeter (mm) (Diameter)
10^-3 m
0.001 m
Coffee Bean
1 centimeter
Glass Marble
1.5 centimeters
Average Microwave Wavelength
1 centimeter
Actual size for 14' screen
U.S. Penny (2014)
1.6 centimeters
Square Inch
6.25 sq. centimeters
Common Earthworm
4 centimeters
Quail Egg
3 centimeters
Matchstick
5 centimeters
Chicken Egg
5.5 centimeters
Shrew
10 centimeters
Hummingbird
10 centimeters
Largest Hailstone
20 centimeters
Russel's Teapot?
24 centimeters
Russel's Teapot?
24 centimeters
Inch Ruler
30 centimeters
Beach Ball
80 centimeters
Meter (m) (Diameter)
10^0 meters - 1 meter
Dodo Bird
1 meter
Rafflesia Flower
1 meter
Human
1.7 meters
FM Radio Wavelength
1 meter
Sunflower
2.5 meters
Giant
Earthworm
3 meters
Japanese
Spider
Crab
3 meters
Wandering Albatross
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