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Orders of Magnitude (unfinished)

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Orders of Magnitude
Mass
Yoctogram
Object: Proton
Mass: 1.673 yoctograms
One Yoctogram: 10^-24g
Zeptogram
Object: Buckyball
Mass: 1.2 zeptograms
One Zeptogram: 10^-21g
Attogram
Object: DNA
Mass: 1.65 attograms
One Attogram: 10^-18g
Femtogram
Object: HIV
Mass: 1 femtogram
One Femtogram: 10^-15g
Picogram
Object: E. Coli Bacteria
Mass: 1 picogram
One Picogram: 10^-12g
Nanogram
Object: Human Cell
Mass: 1 nanogram
One Nanogram: 10^-9g
Microgram
Object: Human Ovum
Mass: 3.6 micrograms
One Micogram: 10^-6g
Milligram
Object: Mosquito
Mass: 2.5 milligrams
One Milligram: 10^-3g
Centigram
Object: Housefly
Mass: 2 centigrams
One Centigram: 10^-2g
Decigram
Object: Feather
Mass: 5 decigrams
One Decigram: 10^-1g
Gram
Object: Dollar Bill
Mass: 1 gram
One Gram: 10^0g
Xontogram
Object: Up Quark
Mass: 4.25 xontograms
One Xontogram: 10^-27g
Wektogram
Object: Electron
Mass: 911 wektograms
One Wektogram: 10^-30g
Vunktogram
Object: Electron Neutrino
Mass: 3.6 vunktograms
One Vunktogram: 10^-33g
Miktogram
Object: Lightest Proton
Mass: 100 miktograms
One Miktogram: 10^-60g
Trektogram
Object: Photon
Mass: 420 trektograms
One Trektogram: 10^-39g
Dekagram
Object: Mouse
Mass: 3 dekagrams
One Dekagram: 10^1g
Hectogram
Object: Orange
Mass: 1.5 hectograms
One Hectogram: 10^2g
Kilogram
Object: Laptop
Mass: 2 kilograms
One Kilogram: 10^3g
Megagram
Object: Car
Mass: 1.2 megagrams
One Megagram: 10^6g
Gigagram
Object: Giant Sequoia
Mass: 1 gigagram
One Gigagram: 10^9g
Teragram
Object: Great Pyramid of Giza
Mass: 6 teragrams
One Teragram: 10^12g
Petagram
Object: 1tsp of Neutron Star
Mass: 5.5 petagrams
One Petagram: 10^15g
Exagram
Object: 951 Gaspra
Mass: 10 exagrams
One Exagram: 10^18g
Zettagram
Object: Hyperion
Mass: 5.6 zettagrams
One Zettagram: 10^21g
Yottagram
Object: Charon
Mass: 1.5 yottagrams
One Yottagram: 10^24g
Xennagram
Object: Earth
Mass: 6 xennagrams
One Xennagram: 10^27g
Wekagram
Object: Jupiter
Mass: 1.9 wekagrams
One Wekagram: 10^30g
Vendekagram
Object: Sun
Mass: 2 vendekagrams
One Vendekagram: 10^33g
Udekagram
Object: Pleiades
Mass: 1.6 udekagrams
One Udekagram: 10^36g
Tredagram
Object: Carina Nebula
Mass: 1.79 tredagrams
One Tredagram: 10^39g
Sortagram
Object: NGC 4889 Black Hole
Mass: 41.7 sortagrams
One Sortagram: 10^42g
Rintagram
Object: Milky Way Galaxy
Mass: 1.2 rintagrams
One Rintagram: 10^45g
Quexagram
Object: Local Supercluster
Mass: 1.5 quexagrams
One Quexagram: 10^48g
Ochagram
Object: Observable Universe
Mass: 60 ochagrams
One Ochagram: 10^54g
Length
Yoctometer
Object: Electron Neutrino
Size: 10 yoctometers
One Yoctometer: 10^-24m
Zeptometer
Object: Bottom Quark
Size: 30 zeptometers
One Zeptometer: 10^-21m
Attometer
Object: Up Quark
Size: 1 attometer
One Attometer: 10^-18m
Femtometer
Object: Proton
Size: 1.5 femtometers
One Femtometer: 10^-15m
Picometer
Object: Helium Atom
Size: 62 picometers
One Picometer: 10^-12m
Nanometer
Object: Antibody
Size: 12 nanometers
One Nanometer: 10^-9m
Micrometer
Object: Lymphocyte
Size: 15 micrometers
One Micrometer: 10^-6m
Millimeter
Object: Fire Ant
Size: 5 millimeters
One Millimeter: 10^-3m
Centimeter
Object: Golf Ball
Size: 4.3 centimeters
One Centimeters: 10^-2m
Decimeter
Object: Horse Mackerel
Size: 3.5 decimeters
One Decimeter: 10^-1m
Meter
Object: Human
Size: 1.72 meters
One Meter: 10^0m
Untometer
Object: Planck Length
Size: 16.162 untometers
One Untometer: 10^-36m
Dekameter
Object: Blue Whale
Size: 3.3 dekameters
One Dekameter: 10^1m
Hectometer
Object: Eiffel Tower
Size: 3 hectometers
One Hectometer: 10^2m
Kilometer
Object: Nauru
Size: 6 kilometers
One Kilometer: 10^3m
Megameter
Object: Kepler-22 b
Size: 30 megameters
One Megameter: 10^6m
Gigameter
Object: R136a1
Size: 44.8 gigameters
One Gigameter: 10^9m
Terameter
Object: V838 Monocerotis' Light Echo
Size: 380 terameters
One Terameter: 10^12m
Petameter
Object: Helix Nebula
Size: 58 petameters
One Petameter: 10^15m
Exameter
Object: Sagittarius dSph
Size: 85 exameters
One Exameter: 10^18m
Zettameter
Object: NGC 4889
Size: 10 zettameters
One Zettameter: 10^21m
Yottameter
Object: Sloan Great Wall
Size: 13.7 yottameters
One Yottameter: 10^24m
Xennameter
Object: Multiverse
Size: 5.63 xennameters
One Xennameter: 10^27m
Vendekameter
Object: Megaverse
Mass: 100 vendekameters
One Vendekameter: 10^33m
Kamameter
Object: Hectoverse
Size: 946.1 kamameter
One Kamameter: 10^66m
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