Heavy Dinosaurs
How many diplodocus dinosaurs would be required to equal the mass of the earth?
The object on the left is the reference object. The pile on the right contains enough objects to equal the mass of the object on the left.
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object to compare
A diplodocus has a mass of 22, 680 kg (50, 000.841 pounds).
A total of 263, 386, 243, 386, 243, 386, 243.39 diplodocus are required to equal the mass of the Earth.
The pile on the right contains 1.00 diplodocus.
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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.
diplodocus: For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 27.1 meters
Peak Height: 9.1 meters
Mass: 22, 680 kg (50, 000.841 pounds)
Data comes from http://dinodictionary.com/.
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