One million seconds is the number of days

Dimensions of the world
part 3

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10-51

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Octilliardth

A photon has less than 10-51 Grams of rest mass

10-29

- - Quadrillionth Theoretical size of the universe at the Big Bang or Big Bang: 10-29 [mm] 10-27 - - Quadrillionth Quark, electron and positron each have 0.9 x 10-27 Grams of rest mass 10-24 septillionth Quadrillionth

(yocto-)

A proton, hydrogen atom and neutron each have 1.67 x 10-24 Grams of rest mass 10-21 sextillionth Trillionths

(zepto-)

Time it takes light to cross a proton: 3 x 10-23 Seconds 10-18 quintillionth Trillionth

(atto-)

A quark measures 10-18 Meter (every 3 quarks form 1 neutron or proton)

The average current strength of a body cell is 4 trillionths of an ampere

10-15 quadrillionth Billiardstel

(femto-)

A virus weighs 10 femtograms = 10 quadrillionths of a gram (and consists of 6,000 to 70,000 atoms.)

A quark or electron measures 10-15 [mm]

10-12 trillionth Trillionth

(pico-)

Diameter of an atomic nucleus: 10-14- 10-15 Meter = 1/100 trillionth of a meter
A bacterium weighs 1 trillionth of a gram (= 1 picogram)
A proton / neutron measures 10-12 [mm]
The light travels one millimeter in 3 picoseconds 10-9 billionth billionth

(nano-) 1 nanometer =

1 billionth of a meter =

1 millionth [mm]

The diameter of the atomic nucleus is 10-11 - 10-12 [mm] (1/100 billionth [mm] to 1 trillionth [mm]) 10-6 millionth Millionth

(micro)

(1 nanometer is 1 millionth [mm])

An atom measures around 10-7 [mm] (= 1 ten millionth [mm])
DNA / DNA diameter: 2 millionths [mm] (1 chromosome consists of DNA, 3% of the DNA are genes)
The light travels one meter in 300 millionths of a second 10-5hundred thousandth Hundred thousandths A virus measures 1 to 30 hundred thousandths [mm] (10-5 up to 3 x 10-4 [mm])
The smallest bacteria measures 2 / 100,000 [mm] (consists of 2.5 billion atoms)
One hundred thousandth of a gram: 1 trillion atoms
For one km the light needs three hundred thousandths of a second 10-4ten thousandth Ten thousandths The maximum size of a virus is 3 ten thousandths [mm]
The wavelength of the light is 0.0005 [mm] (= 5 ten thousandths [mm])
A smoke particle measures 3 ten thousandths [mm] 10-3 thousandth Thousandths

(milli-)

1 thousandth [mm] = 1 micrometer

A normal bacterium measures an average of 1/1000 [mm]

A red blood cell measures 8/1000 [mm]

A cell measures an average of 1/1000 [mm]

10-2 hundredth Hundredths

(centi-)

A sperm measures 0.05 [mm] = 5/100 [mm]

Tinsel is 0.022 [mm] thick

10-1 tenth tenth

(deci-)

A hair measures around 1 tenth to 5 hundredths [mm] (= 1 million atoms wide)

A hair 0.1 [mm] wide corresponds to 1 million atoms or 1,000 to 10,000 viruses or 100 bacteria side by side

The smallest mite measures 1 tenth [mm]

An amoeba measures around 0.2 [mm]

100one one The tallest person was 2.72 meters tall, the smallest adult (a woman) 59 [cm]

If a hair of 0.1 [mm] were 1 km wide, then 1 [mm] would correspond to one atom

101 th ten The largest dinosaur (Supersaurus) was up to 40 [m] tall. He was the largest animal to this day. The blue whale living today "only" has a height of 33 [m], but weighs more than the Supersaurus 102 hundred Hundred The heaviest man weighed 635 kilograms, the heaviest woman 476 kilograms 103 thousand thousand The rotation of the earth at the equator is 1670 [km / h] 104 tenthousand Ten thousand The largest known galaxy cluster (Coma cluster) comprises 10,000 galaxies

The average person does not live to be 30,000 days old (= 82.1 years)

105 hundredthousand A hundred thousand The earth rotates at 107,000 [km / h] around the sun (940 million [km] orbit circumference) 106 million million There are 31.536 million seconds in a year. (3 x 107 [s])

The light is 10 million times faster than a car with 110 [km / h]

The Virgo galaxy cluster is 100 million light years in size (there are probably clusters up to 1 billion [ly])

The Milky Way travels at 2,160,000 [km / h] towards Virgohaufen

The sun has a diameter of 1.4 million [km] and is 150 million [km] away

Ten million atoms next to each other correspond to 1 [mm]

One million minutes is 1.9 years

One million seconds is equivalent to 11.5 days

One million hours correspond to 114 years

There are 31.5 million seconds in a year

One [mm] of matter corresponds to around 10 million atoms next to each other

109 trillion billion The diameter of the solar system is 12 billion [km] (1 million times the diameter of the earth)

The light travels over 1 billion [km] per hour, 26 billion [km] per day and 788 billion [km] per month.

An average galaxy consists of 100 billion stars

The age of the universe is at least 13.7 billion years

About 3.8 billion years ago the origin of life on earth

There are 1.4 billion cubic kilometers of water on earth

The largest known sun, Epsilon Aurigae, has a diameter of 3.7 billion [km]

One billion seconds corresponds to 31.7 years

1012 trillion trillion

(= 1 million million)

Age of the universe: 5 trillion. Days or 120 bio. Hours (= 13.7 billion years

1 light year is 9.4605 trillion. [km]

Proxima Centauri, the closest star, is 39.7 bio. [km] away

In 100 trillion (1014) Years all suns in the universe have been extinguished

A human sperm is made up of 2 trillion atoms

Humans have around 100 trillion cells (controversial, 10 quadrillion possible)

1015 quadrillion Billiards Age of the Universe: 7.2 quadrillion minutes or 432 quadrillion seconds

1000 light years are around 10 quadrillion [km]

The Milky Way (diameter 100,000 light years) measures 946 quadrillion [km] (around 1 trillion).

There are around 10 quadrillion ants on earth

An amoeba is made up of 500 quadrillion atoms

1018 quintillion Trillion

(= 1 billion billion)

1 million light years is 10 trillion [km]

1 mm3] = 100 trio. Atoms (grain of sand, pinhead ...)

One hundred thousandth of a gram = 1 trillion atoms

In 1 trillion years there will only be black holes, black dwarfs and neutron stars in the universe

A person is 1 trillion times larger than an electron

1021 sexillion Trillion Number of stars in the known universe: 1022 = 10 trillion

1 [g] (= 1 [cm3]) Water has 100 trillion atoms

1 billion light years is 10 trillion [km]

Diameter of space: 300 trillion [km]

The universe we know is 300,000 times the size of the Milky Way and over 2 trillion times the diameter of the earth

Avogadro's number: 6 x 1023 = Number of atoms in 12 grams of carbon

There are at least 500 trillion grains of sand on earth

There are 1.4 trillion liters of water on earth

There are over 10 trillion insects on earth

1024 septillion Quadrillion

(= 1 trillion trillion)

The diameter of the universe (30 billion [ly]) = 285 quadrillion meters

10 grams of water = 1 quadrillion atoms (= 1024)

1 kilogram or 1 liter of water = 100 quadrillion atoms

The earth weighs 6 quadrillion kilos

1 quadrillion meter is 100 million light years

The oceans exist

from around 45 quadrillion drops of water

1027 octillion Quadrillion The diameter of the universe (30 billion [ly]) = 285 quadrillion [mm]

The human (70 kilograms) consists of 7x1027 = 7 quadrillion atoms

In 1 quadrillion years our Milky Way will be just a single black hole

1030 nonillion Quintillion There are around 1 quintillion bacteria on earth

The lifespan of a proton is ten quintillion years on average

The sun weighs 2 quintillion [kg]

The highest temperature ever was 1.4 x 1032 [K] (at the Big Bang)

1033 decillion Quintillion The sun weighs 2 quintillion grams 1036 undecillion Sextillion 2.85 sextillion atoms next to each other correspond to 30 billion [ly] (diameter of the universe) in 10 sextillion

Years all protons decayed

1039 - - Sextillion The Milky Way weighs 250 sextillion kilograms 1042 - - Septillion The sun generates 2 x 10 per second44 Neutrinos (or possibly 200 sextillions)

There are 10 in the earth's atmosphere44 Air atoms

Number of all possible moves: 2 septillion (or even 30 septillion)

1045 - - Septilliard - - 1048 - - Octillion The earth consists of 6 x 1049 = 60 octillion atoms 1051 - - Octilliard The mass of the universe is 1.44 x 1053 Kilograms (144 octillion [kg]) 1054 - - Nonillion The mass of the universe is 1.44 x 1056 Gram 1057 - - Nonilliard The sun consists of 1057= 1 nonilliard atoms 1060 - - Decillion - - 1063 - - Decillion - - 1066 - - Undezillion The Milky Way consists of 1068= 100 undezillion atoms 1069 - - Undecillion - - 1072 - - Duodecillion - - 1075 - - Duodecillion - - 1078 - - Tredezillion The (known) universe consists of 1079 = 10 trapezillion atoms 1081 - - Tredicillion - - 1084 - - Quattuordezillion - - 1087 - - Quattuordecilliard Estimated number of photons in space: 1089 (100 quattuordecillion)

1089: Number of neutrinos (1 billion times the number of protons)

1090 - - Quindezillion - - 10100 googol Googol

(10 sex decillion)

In 1 googol years all black holes are radiated into electrons, positrons and photons 10120 - - Vigintillion - - 10126 - - Unvigintillion 10128: Hypothetical number of elementary particles if the universe were full of elementary particles (i.e. without empty spaces) 10600- - Centillion In 10500 Years (Asimov's theory), new matter could arise from quantum fluctuations, perhaps a new universe) 10googol - - Googolplex ? ? ? - - If our solar system (diameter 12 billion [km]) were 1 [mm] in size, our Milky Way (950 quadrillion [km]) would be 80 [km] in size

The next sun Proxima Centauri in 4 light years (40 trillion [km]) would then be 3.45 [m] away

If the Milky Way were reduced to 1 [km], the solar system would be 0.0125 [mm] in size!)

If you reduce the Milky Way to 1 [mm], the universe would be a sphere 300 meters in diameter

The diameter of the Milky Way is 80 million times that of our solar system