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### Powers of Ten

1. 1. Powers of TenFrom the largest to the smallest objects in the Universe @oddtazz
2. 2. Powers of Ten➲ 100 meters = 1 meter➲ One meter square
3. 3. Powers of Ten➲ 101 meters = 10 meters➲ A day at the park
4. 4. Powers of Ten➲ 102 meters = 100 meters➲ The Music Concourse
5. 5. Powers of Ten➲ 103 meters = 1 kilometer➲ Golden Gate Park➲ 1 km the distance a racing car can travel in 10 seconds
6. 6. Powers of Ten➲ 104 meters = 10 kilometers➲ San Francisco➲ 10 kms the distance a supersonic plane can travel in 10 seconds.
7. 7. Powers of Ten➲ 105 meters = 100 kilometers➲ The San Francisco Bay area➲ 100 kms the distance an orbiting satellite covers in 10 seconds.
8. 8. Powers of Ten➲ 106 meters = 1 megameter➲ California
9. 9. Powers of Ten➲ 107 meters = 10 megameter➲ North and Central America
10. 10. Powers of Ten➲ 108 meters = 100 megameter➲ Earth
11. 11. Powers of Ten➲ 109 meters = 1 gigameter: Light requires 3 seconds to cross this picture.➲ Earth and Moon
12. 12. Powers of Ten➲ 1010 meters = 10 gigameters➲ Orbit of the moon within the orbit of Earth during four days in July
13. 13. Powers of Ten➲ 1011 meters = 100 gigameters➲ Orbits of Venus, Earth, and Mars
14. 14. Powers of Ten➲ 1012 meters = 1 terameter➲ Within the orbit of Jupiter➲ Close to the limit of almost all satellites we have sent in space. (with 4 exceptions)
15. 15. Powers of Ten➲ 1013 meters = 10 terameters: Light takes ~8 hours to cross this picture.➲ The solar system➲ 4 satellites Pioneers 10 and 11, Voyagers 1 and 2, have passed beyond the orbit of Pluto
16. 16. Powers of Ten➲ 1014 meters = 100 terameters➲ Our sun and the orbits of its planets + A few rocks
17. 17. Powers of Ten➲ 1015 meters = 1 petameter➲ The most distant space probe, Voyager 1, was about 16 light- hours away from the Earth as of 2011.
18. 18. Powers of Ten➲ 1016 meters = 10 petameters (Approximately 1 light year)➲ The Oort cloud is a hypothesized spherical cloud of comets
19. 19. Powers of Ten➲ 1017 meters = 100 petameters (~10 light years)➲ The nearest stars Proxima Centauri and Rigil➲ It would take us 1,00,000 years to travel this far.
20. 20. Powers of Ten➲ 1018 meters = 1 exameter (~100 light years)➲ There are about 1000 stars within the 50 light years cube.
21. 21. Powers of Ten➲ 1019 meters = 10 exameters (~1000 light years)➲ The stars of the Orion arm
22. 22. Powers of Ten➲ 1020 meters = 100 exameters (~10,000 light years)➲ Our spiral arm
23. 23. Powers of Ten➲ 1021 meters = 1 zettameter (~1,00,000 light years)➲ The Milky Way➲ The Sun has orbited the Milky Way about 15-18 times.
24. 24. Powers of Ten➲ 1022 meters = 10 zettameters (~1 million light years)➲ The Large and Small Magellanic Clouds (orbiting the Milky Way)
25. 25. Powers of Ten➲ 1023 meters = 100 zettameters➲ The local galactic Group
26. 26. Powers of Ten➲ 1024 meters = 1 yottameter (~100 million light years)
27. 27. Powers of Ten➲ 1025 meters➲ Superclusters the largest structures in the Universe
28. 28. Powers of Ten➲ 1026 meters = 100 yottameter s (~10 billion light years)➲ The Visible Universe
29. 29. Powers of Ten➲ 100 meters = 1 meter: Light takes about 3 nanoseconds to cross this picture.➲ One meter square
30. 30. Powers of Ten➲ 10-1 meters = 10 centimeters➲ A hand
31. 31. Powers of Ten➲ 10-2 meters = 1 centimeter➲ Human skin
32. 32. Powers of Ten➲ 10-3 meters = 1 millimeter➲ A pore in the skin
33. 33. Powers of Ten➲ 10-4 meters = 100 micrometers➲ Micro-organisms in a single pore in human skin➲ Approx size of one pollen
34. 34. Powers of Ten➲ 10-5 meters = 10 micrometers➲ A lymphocyte (white blood cell)➲ One Bacterium
35. 35. Powers of Ten➲ 10-6 meters = 1 micrometer➲ The nucleus of a cell
36. 36. Powers of Ten➲ 10-7 meters = 100 nanometers➲ The size of a virus
37. 37. Powers of Ten➲ 10-8 meters = 10 nanometers➲ Strands of DNA
38. 38. Powers of Ten➲ 10-9 meters = 1 nanometer➲ 1 pentacene molecule
39. 39. Powers of Ten➲ 10-10 meters = 100 picometers (1angstrom Å)➲ Carbon’s outer electron shell
40. 40. Powers of Ten➲ 10-11 meters = 10 picometers➲ The inner electron cloud
41. 41. Powers of Ten➲ 10-12 meters = 1 picometer➲ Within the electron cloud
42. 42. Powers of Ten➲ 10-13 meters = 100 femtometers➲ The nucleus
43. 43. Powers of Ten➲ 10-14 meters = 10 femtometers➲ The nucleus of carbon
44. 44. Powers of Ten➲ 10-15 meters = 1 femtometer➲ Representation of the surface of a proton
45. 45. Powers of Ten➲ 10-16 meters = 100 attometers➲ Representation of the three quarks that make up a proton ( two Up and a Down quark )
46. 46. Thankyou! @oddtazz