Cow Stacking (aka. Height Comparison)
How many cows would it take to cover the distance from the Earth to the Moon? How many seahorses would be required to match the height of an elephant? Select two objects to compare and you'll find out!
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Earth to Moon distance is 363, 104, 000 meters tall as displayed in this image. A total of 259, 360, 000.00 cows are required to cover Earth to Moon distance. Each cow in the image represents 5, 271, 544.72 cows.
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 to Moon distance: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Height: 363, 104, 000 meters
The distance from the surface of the Earth to the surface of the Moon at perigee (closest approach).
cow: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 1.75 meters
Peak Height: 1.4 meters
Peak Depth: 1.35 meters
Mass: 750 kg (1, 653.467 pounds)
Volume: 1.102 meters3
Time: 473, 353, 890 seconds
A holstein cow that goes moo.
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