It's raining cows!
If 500, 000, 000, 000, 000 cows were to rain down onto the Earth, how deep in cow slurry would we be?
The display on the left is a rain gauge showing how deep we'd be in the object being rained. The display on the right is merely a helpful window which lets you see the rain as it occurs.
rain destination
rain type
9, 698, 482.945 meters of Mars rain
If a rain of Mars occurred on the Earth then, assuming that the Earth was perfectly spherical and assuming that every Mars splashed so hard that it shattered into tiny bits when it hit (assuming it wasn't liquid already) then a total of 100 Mars would cover Earth up to a depth of 9, 698, 482.945 meters.
This site is still in alpha mode, so I'd love it if you would double check my information and calculations. Here is what you need.
Earth: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 12, 756, 200 meters
Peak Height: 12, 756, 200 meters
Peak Depth: 12, 713, 600 meters
Surface Area: 510, 072, 000, 000, 000 meters2
The planet Earth.
Mars: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 6, 792, 400 meters
Peak Height: 6, 752, 400 meters
Peak Depth: 6, 792, 400 meters
Surface Area: 144, 798, 500, 000, 000 meters2
Info came from wikipedia.
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