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  • 1. Travel with NASA fromTravel with NASA from the biggest to thethe biggest to the smallest distance ofsmallest distance of the universe.the universe.
  • 2. This is a journey which starts and ends in distances difficult for the human mind to capture. It starts from 10 million light years (1023 m.) at space, and ends at 100 atom/meter (10-16 m.) on Earth. Have a nice trip.
  • 3. 10 million light years (1023 m) the distance to galaxy Milky-Way
  • 4. 1 million light years (1022 m) The disc becomes visible.
  • 5. 100.000 light years (1021 m) You can barely see our galaxy.
  • 6. 10.000 light years (1020 m) You start to see the stars of our galaxy.
  • 7. 1.000 light years (1019 m) The stars ten times closer.
  • 8. 100 light years (1018 m) Nothing but stars.
  • 9. 10 light years (1017 m) Even more stars.
  • 10. 1 light year (1016 m) With a little attention you can see the sun.
  • 11. 1 trillion Km (1015 m) The sun even bigger.
  • 12. 100 billion Km (1014 m) Our solar system starts to show. (The orbits of the planets have been painted)
  • 13. 10 billion Km (1013 m) Our solar system.
  • 14. 1 billion Km (1012 m) The orbits of Hermes, Venus, Earth, Mars and Zeus.
  • 15. 100 million Km (1011 m) The orbits of Venus, Earth and Mars.
  • 16. 10 million Km (1010 m) Part of the orbit of Earth.
  • 17. 1 million Km (109 m) You can see the orbit of Moon.
  • 18. 100.000 Km (108 m) Our Earth still small.
  • 19. 10.000 Km(107 m) The northern hemisphere of Earth.
  • 20. 1.000 Km (106 m) Florida USA.
  • 21. 100 Km (105 m) From the surface of the sea. Florida even closer.
  • 22. 10 Km (104 m) You start to distinct places.
  • 23. 1 Km (103 m) What you can see when free falling off a plane.
  • 24. 100 m (102 m) An ordinary view from an helicopter.
  • 25. 10 m (101 m) Seeing off a cliff.
  • 26. 1 m (100 m) What you see when you reach out your arms...
  • 27. 10 cm (10-1 m) You can catch the leaves.
  • 28. 1 cm (10-2 m) You can see the structure of a leaf.
  • 29. 1 mm (10-3 m) Even closer.
  • 30. 100 micron (10-4 m) you can see the cells.
  • 31. 10 micron (10-5 m) The cells look clearer.
  • 32. 1 micron (10-6 m). The cell itself.
  • 33. 1.000 angstrom (10-7 m) You can see the chromosomes.
  • 34. 100 angstrom (10-8 m) You can see the DNA chain.
  • 35. 1 nanometre (10-9 m) The chromosomes parties.
  • 36. 1 angstrom (10-10 m) The atom of carbon. Life consists of it...
  • 37. 10 Pico metre (10-11 m) The electron within the atom.
  • 38. 1 Pico metre (10-12 m) The orbit of electrons.
  • 39. 100 Fermi (10-13 m) The inner of an atom.
  • 40. 10 Fermi (10-14 m) Closer.
  • 41. 1 Fermi (10-15 m) The surface of a neutron.
  • 42. 100 atom metre (10-16 m) we can see the quark. End of trip!
  • 43. After this journey ask yourself:After this journey ask yourself: • Can you say whether you are big orCan you say whether you are big or small?small?