Power of 10
1 45 Size Dimensions Numbered
1 - 18
2 - 17
3 - 16
4 - 15
5 - 14
6 - 13
7 - 12
8 - 11
9 - 10
10 - 9
11 - 8
12 - 7
13 - 6
14 - 5
15 - 4
16 - 3
17 - 2
18 - 1
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If you want to know how big things are and how big they are compared to each other, you came to the right place. My Sizes of things page has 45 size dimensions ranging from the electron to the known universe, with us remarkably close to the middle. The sizes are shown on the top of each size dimension section with the width of the white backWe live in size dimension number 19 so we are 58% closer in size to the Electron than the Universe to be exact. Out of the 45

With us as the anchor dimension at one meter accross the yellow background field, there are 18 smaller dimensions and 29 larger dimensions. .

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- 18
One Quintillionths of a Meter. Attometer. One Quintillion in a Meter. 10,000,000,000,000
- 18
Electrons, Nucleons, Quarks, etc...
- 17
Hundred Quadrillionths of a Meter. Ten Attometers. Hundred Quadrillion in a Meter. 100,000,000,000,000,000
- 17
Electron, Nucleon, etc...
- 16
Ten Quadrillionths of a Meter. One Hundred Attometers. Ten Quadrillion in a Meter. 10,000,000,000,000,000
- 16
- 15
One Quadrillionth of a Meter. Femtometer (Fermi). One Quadrillion in a Meter. 1,000,000,000,000,000
- 15
Weak Force Range
- 14
One Hundred Trillionth of a Meter. Ten Fermis. One Hundred Trillion in a Meter. 100,000,000,000,000
- 14

Smallest Gamma Rays
Proton
Neutron
Helium Nucleus

Shorter than this the Nuclear force is stronger. Longer than this the Coulomb force is stronger.
- 13
Ten Trillionths of a Meter. One Hundred Fermis. Ten Trillion in a Meter. 10,000,000,000,000
- 13

Proton

Neutron

Smallest Gamma Rays

Nuclear Force

Helium Nucleus

Aluminum Nucleus

Gold Nucleus

Uranium Nucleus
- 12
One Trillionth of a Meter. Picometer. One Trillion in a Meter. 1,000,000,000,000
- 12
- 11
One Hundred Billionth of a Meter. Ten Picometers. One Hundred Billion in a Meter. 100,000,000,000
- 11
Empty Space
- 10
Ten Billionth of a Meter. One Angstrom. One Hundred Picometers. Ten Billion in a Meter. 10,000,000,000
- 10

Largest Gamma Rays .1 Nanometers
Hydrogen Atom. The smallest Atom.
- 9
One Billionth of a Meter. Millimicron (Nanometer). One Billion in a Meter. 1,000,000,000
- 9

Carbon Atom

Hydrogen Atom

Diatomic hydrogen. Smallest Molecule

The Smallest X - Rays and the Largest Gamma Rays Gold Atom

Uranium Atom. Largest Atom
Water Molecule
 
Smallest to Largest X - Ray Wavelength. Smallest is the Dot and Largest is the line
- 8
One hundred millionth of a Meter. Ten Nanometers. One hundred million in a Meter. 100,000,000
- 8

Sulfuric Acid

Water molecule

Carbon Atom

Gold Atom

Uranium Atom

X-Ray

Sucrose molecule

Buckyball
(60 Carbon Atoms)

Insulin protein

DNA Double Helix
- 7
One Ten millionths of a Meter. One Hundred Nanometers. Ten Million in a Meter.10,000,000
- 7

The width of the slit in the double slit experiment with the Buckyball

Insulin Protein

Aspartane-transcarbamoylase Protein

Alcohol-dehydrogenase Protein

Porin Protein

Catalase Protein

Chymotrypsin Protein

X-ray wavelength

Lysozome Protein

Deoxyribonuclease Protein

Cytochrome-C Protein

Calmodulin Protein

SH2 Domain Protein

Collegen Protein


Water molecule

Gold atom

Buckyball

DNA double helix

Myoglobin Protein
Hemoglobin Protein

Poliovirus
- 6
One Millionth of a Meter. One Micrometer (Micron, UM) . One Million in a Meter. 1,000,000
- 6

DNA D-Helix

Mycoplasma
Smallest Bacteria

Pox Virus

Herpes Virus

Myglobin

Hemoglobin

Collegen

Lysozome

Deoxyribo
nuclease

Flu Virus

Cytochrome-C
Calmodulin

Porin

Catalase

Chymotrypsin

Aspartane-t

Alcohol-d
Poliovirus
Aids Virus

Transistor Gate

DNA Chromosome

Ostreococcus. The smallest known free living Eukaryote



- 5
One Hundred Thousandth of a Meter. Ten Microns. One Hundred Thousand in a Meter. 100,000
- 5

Flu Virus

Aids Virus

Pox Virus

Herpes Virus

DNA cromosome

Ostreococcus

Visible light
wavelengths

Smallest infrared wavelength
Red Blood Cell

MSRA Bacteria



Human Olfactory Receptor Neurons
Largest bacteria


Smallest bacteria

Transistor Gate
- 4
Ten thousandth of a Meter. One Hundred Microns. Ten Thousand in a Meter. 10,000
- 4

Smallest Terahertz Radio Wavelength. The smallest Radio Wavelength THz. A potential replacement for X-rays in some medical applications.

Smallest Human Brain Cell
Human Sperm



Microelectricalmechanical device


Colloid Sphere,
Colloidosome

Fruit fly eye

MSRA Bacteria

Dodecahydral Quasi Crystal

Bacteria cluster

Blood coagulation

Hair with nano wire


Pinneal Crystal

Nanomechanical resonators

Silicon nanopillars

Microelectromechanical Devices

Glomerulum of mouse kidney (capillary tuft surrounded by Bowman's capsule in nephrons of the vertebrate kidney).

Microhinge

Lichen

White Blood Cell

Red Blood Cell

Human Olfactory Nerves

Puffball Spore

Oval Bacteria
Ostreococcus

Pollen Grain
- 3
One Thousandth of a Meter. One Millimeter. One Thousand in a Meter. 1,000
- 3

Largest Terahertz Radio Wavelength. THz. A potential replacement for X-rays in some medical applications.
Smallest Extremily High Frequency wavelength EHF. Radio astronomy, high-frequency microwave radio relay


Largest Human Brain Cells
Micromechanical device

Pinneal crystal

Bacteria

Puffball

W. B. cell

R. B. cell

Lichen

Bact.

Olf. Ner.

P. Gr.

Sperm

Microele

OPT

Blood cells
Needle Tip
Human Hair

Pulmanary alvioli

Micro Hinge

Nano cog

OPT Application Lab

Wolfa Angustula. Smallest Fruit

Human Ovum and Sperm
Yellow Mite

Fruit fly eye

Smallest Fairy Fly
The Smallest Insect

Microelectromechanical device

Smallest human brain cell

Amoeba

Nano coil

Electron Micrograph of a Flea head

Salt Grain

Dodecahydral Quasi Crystials
- 2
One One Hundredth of a Meter. One Centimeter. One Hundred in a Meter. 100
- 2

Largest Extremily High Frequency Radio Wavelength EHF. Radio astronomy, high-frequency microwave radio relay.
Smallest Super High Frequency Wave. SHF. Microwave devices, wireless LAN, most modern radars.

Smallest Microwaves
Five week old Fetus
 

Sweat glands on the finger
Mosquito


Nano coil

Flea head

Micromechanical device

Pulma

Poppy Seed and Smallest Chess pieces

Largest Brain Cell

Large Grain of Sand


Pinneal
crystal

Microel

Nano cog

L infrared

Bacteria

Fairy fly

Egg & sperm

Yellow mite

Human hair

Needletip

W. Ang.

Amo.

Salt
- 1
One tenth of a Meter. One Decimeter. Ten in a Meter. 10
- 1

Largest Microwave, Largest Super High Frequency Radio Wave. SHF. Smallest Ultra High Frequency Radio Wave. UHF

Pulminary alvioli

Salt grain

Poppy seed and smallest chess pieces

Largest human Brain cell

Large Grain of sand

Mosquito

5 week old fetus

Pinneal Gland with crystal

Human Eye

US Quarter

US Nickel


Rice grain
US Penny


Sweat gland small

US Dime



Fly Robot to clean arteries

Ant

Micromechanical device
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< 1 One Meter >
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Largest Ultra High Frequency Radio Wavelength UHF. Microwave devices, wireless LAN, most modern radars.
Smallest Very High Frequency. VHF. FM,TV. Line-of-sight communications. Land Mobile and Maritime Mobile communications.



Rice

Sweat gland

Pinneal

Fetus

Dime

Penny

Nickel

Quarter

Golf ball

Pool ball

Tennis ball

Baseball

Basketball
+ 1
10 Ten Meters
+ 1

Largest Very High Frequency. VHF. FM,TV. Line-of-sight communications. Land Mobile and Maritime Mobile communications.
Smallest High Frequency Radio Wave. HF. Shortwave broadcasts, amateur radio and over-the-horizon aviation communications, RFID.
108 Hz FM Radio Frequency.
87.5 Hz FM Radio Frequency.
Smallest Brain Waves (Gamma) 3.43 Meters. Certain cognitive or motor functions

Giraffe

Wooly Mammoth

Condor

Golden Eagle

Turkey Vulture

African Elephant

Lion and Tiger

Largest Sabor Tooth Cats

Largest Clydesdale Hose ever

Crocodile

Anaconda
Wadlow, Yao Defen, Chewy
8'11", 7'8", 7'3"
University Centers
6'10" & 6'5"
Dinka
6'3" & 5'11"
Dutch
6'.5" & 5'7"
1600's Euros.
5'6" & 5'.5"
Pygmies
4'8" & 4'6"
L-R: Maria Santos, Margo Dydek, Chewbacca, Barbara Bach, Richard Kiel (Jaws), Christina Swartzenegger, Sandy Allen, Kyle Pounds, Arnold Swartzenegger, Trijntje Keever (tallest woman), Andre the Giant, Robert Wadlow (tallest man), Yao Defen, Marvadene Anderson, Uljana Semjanova, Gwen Bachman, Zainib Bibi
My Car
+ 2
100 One Hundred Meters
+ 2
Largest High Frequency Radio Wavelength. HF. Shortwave broadcasts, amateur radio and over-the-horizon aviation communications, RFID.
Smallest Medium Frequency Radio Wave. MF. AM (medium-wave) broadcasts.

Gamma Brain Waves 3.43 - 11.43 Meters. Certain cognitive or motor functions

Beta Brain Waves 11.43 - 28.58 Meters. Alert, working, active, busy or anxious thinking, active concentration.

Alpha Brain Waves 28.58 - 42.87 Meters. Relaxed, reflecting, closing the eyes.


Condor

G. Eagle
T. Vulture

Tiger Lion

Sabor cat

Elephant

Mammoth

My car

Great White Shark

Orca

Crocodile

Anaconda

Clydesdale Horse

Tyranosaurus Rex

Giraffe and Quetzalcoatlus

Quetzalcoatlus

My House

House I grew up in
Bruhathkayosaurus Largest Dinosaur

Ancient giants

Blue Whale. Largest animal ever.
+ 3
1 One Kilometer
+ 3

Above. Largest Medium Frequency Radio Wavelength. MF. AM (medium-wave) broadcasts.
Smallest Low Fequency Radio Wave. LF. Navigation, time signals, AM longwave broadcasting, RFID.
Theta Brain Wave Range. 49 - 85.75 Metes. Young children, drowsiness or arousal in older children and adults, idling.
Delta Brain Waves 85.75 - 343 Meters. Adults slow wave sleep, in babies.

Blue: Epepelagic to 200 meters ocean depth. Sunlight. Tuna, many sharks, dolphin, fish, and jellyfish.
Gold: Mesopelagic from 200-1,000 meters. Twilight. Swordfish, squids, wolffish, a few species of cuttlefish, many bioluminescent organisms.
 

Asteroid Apophis ETA 2029, Olympic pool, 350 ft. Crop Circle, Boulder High Track

Knox Nevis Longest Ship

Titanic
+ 4
10 Ten Kilometers
+ 4

Largest Low Frequency Wavelength. LF. Navigation, time signals, AM longwave broadcasting, RFID.
Smallest Very Low Frequency Wave. VLF. Submarine communication, avalanche beacons, wireless heart rate monitors, geophysics.
Blue. Epipelagic. Gold: Mesopelagic. Red: Bathypelagic to 4,000 - Midnight. Lanternfish. No living plants. Fish eat snow of detritus falling from above or (like the marine hatchetfish) by preying upon others. Squid and Octopus hunted by deep-diving sperm whales. Grey: Abyssopelagic to 6,000. Lower Midnight. Squid, basket star, swimming cucumber, sea pig, sea spider. Black: Hadopelagic. Organisms live in hydrothermal vents in this and other zones. Pretty much the same as Abyssopelagic. Maximum depth is 11,000 meters.

Crop Circle

Apophos asteroid

Track

Ships and planes

Pyr, trea, buildings

Central Park,
New York
Mount Mkinnley Largest Mountain
+ 5
100 One Hundred Kilometers
+ 5

Largest Very Low Frequency Wavelength. VLF. Submarine communication, avalanche beacons, wireless heart rate monitors, geophysics.
Smallest Ultra Low Frequency Wave. ULF. Communication within mines.

Troposphere. Altitude 7 KM Poles in red 17 KM Equator in blue. 80% of the mass of the atmosphere.
Stratosphere. Altitude 50 Kilometers.
Mesosphere Altitude 85 Kilometers. Where most meteors burn up upon entering the atmosphere.
Ocean depth.
Brown: Crust to 35 Km. Pink: Uppermost mantle to 60 Km.

Uluru, Central Park

Manhatten

Vail

Boulder

Colorado
Sand dunes

Denali

Mount Ranier

Fastest Spinning Pulsar 716 X per Second

Troposphere

Kuwaii
+ 6
1,000 One Thousand Kilometers
+ 6

Largest Ultra Low Frequency Radio Wavelength. ULF. Communication within mines.
Smallest Super Low Frequency Radio Wavelength. SLF. Communication with submarines.
Troposphere at the equator. Altitude 7 KM Poles in red 17 KM Equator in blue. 80% of the mass of the atmosphere.
Stratosphere. Altitude 50 Kilometers.
Mesosphere. Altitude 85 Kilometers. Where most meteors burn up upon entering the atmosphere.
Thermosphere
The International Space Station orbits in this layer, between 320 and 380 Km represented by the yellow section.
Brown: Crust to 35 Km. Pink: Uppermost Mantle to 60. Dark blue: Asthenosphere to . Gold: Upper mantle Asthenosphere.

Pulsar

Trop.

Denali

Boulder

Dunes

Colorado

Lake Titicaca


Kawaii

Hawaii

Salt Lake

Utah Salt Flats
+ 7
10,000 Ten Thousand Kilometers
+ 7

Largest Super Low Frequency Radio Wavelength. SLF. Communication with submarines.
Smallest Extremily Low Frequency Radio Wavelength. ELF. Communication with submarines.
Mesosphere. Altitude 7 KM Poles in red 17 KM Equator in blue. 80% of the mass of the atmosphere.
Theremosphere. The International Space Station orbits in this layer, between 320 and 380 Km represented by the yellow section.

Exosphere. Here the particles are so far apart that they can travel hundreds of km without colliding with one another.
Brown: Crust to 35. Pink: Uppermost Mantle 60. Gold: Upper Mantle 660. Blue: Asthenosphere 100-200. Grey: Mantle 2890. Light Green: Outer Core 5150. Green: Inner Core 6360.

First and Second Death Stars
The Moon

Mercury

Kawaii

Hawaii

Lake Titicaca

Salt Lake

Salt flats

Colorado
+ 8
100,000 One Hundred Thousand Kilometers
+ 8
 

Largest Extremily Low Frequency Radio Wavelength. ELF. Communication with submarines.
Smallest Subhertz Wave to infinity. Natural and man-made EM waves (millihertz, microhertz, nanohertz) from earth, ionosphere, sun, planets, etc.


Titan

Titania

Triton

Europa

Io

Calisto

2nd D Star

Ganymede

Mercury


Colorado

Pluto

Moon

Mars
Typical White Dwarf

Venus

Thermosphere

Exosphere

Earth's Inner Core

Earth's outer core

Earth's Mantle

Earth's upper mantle

Earth

Uranus
+ 9
1,000,000 One Million Kilometers
+ 9

Earth to Moon Distance 398,000 Kilometers
       

The Earth's Magnetosphre

Moon

Mercury

Mars

Venus

NeptuneUranus

White Dwarf Star (fate of the sun)

Jupiter
Saturn

Typical Brown Dwarf LP 944-20 (Artist's rendition)
+ 10
10,000,000 Ten Million Kilometers
+ 10

Uranus

Saturn

Jupiter

Pulsar

E M

Sun

Sirius

Vega
+ 11
100,000,000 One Hundred Million Kilometers
+ 11
Sun
Sirius
Vega
Pollux

Arturus
 
+ 12
1,000,000,000 One Billion Kilometers
+ 12
.
.

Pollux

Aldebaran

Rigel

Inner Solar System
Sun to Earth Distance
146,000,000 Km
Arcturus and it's planet 3X Jupiters size
The Sun when it is a Red Giant
+ 13
10,000,000,000 Ten Billion Kilometers
+ 13

Solar System

Arcturus


Aldebaran

Rigel

Sun Red G.
Betelguese

Antares

VV Chepei

Inner Solar System

Solar System
Distance and relative size Between VV Chepei and it's sister star that sucks mass from it. The Dot is %30 larger than the star and the star is 10X larger than the sun.
3,750,000,000 Km

 

+ 14
100,000,000,000 One Hundred Billion Kilometers
+ 14

Heliosphere

Solar System

Betelguese

Solar System

Antares

VV Chepei

Planetary Nebula M-29
The central star in the Planetary Nebula NGC 7027
+ 15
1,000,000,000,000 One Trillion Kilometers
+ 15

Boomerang Nebula

Solar System
+ 16
10,000,000,000,000 Ten Trillion Kilometers
+ 16

Boomerang Nebula

Planetary Nebula IC-418
Planetary Nebula NGC 7027

Eskimo Nebula
+ 17
100,000,000,000,000 One Hundred Trillion Kilometers
+ 17




Boomerang Nebula

Ring Nebula

Eskimo Nebula

Pl. Nebula NGC-6751

Planetary Nebula M57

Planetary Helix Nebula

The Pillars of Creation in the Eagle Nebula
+ 18
10,000,000,000,000,000 Ten Quadrillion Kilometers
+ 18


Orion
Neig.

S - A
Eagle

Cat's Eye Nebula
.
Sun to Pleiades
146
+ 19
100,000,000,000,000,000 One Hundred Quadrillion Kilometers
+ 19

Sagittarius Dwarf Elliptical Galaxy. Our Nearest Neighbor
+ 20
1,000,000,000,000,000 One Quadrillion Kilometers
+ 20

Sun to Arcturus distance

Sun's neighborhood

Sun to Nearest Star


Orion Nebula
Pleiades
Crab Nebula


Eagle Nebula 280,830,000,000,000 KM
+ 21
1,000,000,000,000,000,000 One Quintillion Kilometers
+ 21

Our Milky Way galaxy (artists rendition).
+ 22
10,000,000,000,000,000,000 Ten Quintillion Kilometers
+ 22
Milky Way
Andromeda, Nearest Galaxy
Sombrero
+ 23
100,000,000,000,000,000,000 One Hundred Quintillion Kilometers
+ 23
Milky Way and Andromeda Distance

Giant Elyptical Galaxy IC 11 in the center of a supercluster
+ 24
1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 One Sextillion Kilometers
+ 24
 
GD
+ 25
10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Ten Sextillion Kilometers
+ 25

Our Supercluster
+ 26
100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 One Hundred Sextillion Kilometers
+ 26

Our Supercluster

The Superclusters
The Universe (not a real photo of the whole universe)