Atlas Was a Wimp (aka. visualize the total weight)
A pile of 100, 000, 000, 000 cows may seem like it would have a lot of mass, but "a lot" is a relative term. There is almost always another single object in the universe which will roughly match the total mass of any pile of objects you create. In this comparison you choose how many of a particular object to put on the left side of the scales. The right side of the scales will be balanced with an object which is as close as possible to the total mass of the left pile. If the match isn't close to exact, the object on the right may appear translucent to signify that only a percentage of the object is actually there.
As always, the specific details will be listed at the bottom of the page.
The object you select is the object that will be put on the left side of the scales. The amount refers to the number of those objects which will be put on the left side of the scales.
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The left side holds 1, 000, 000, 000, 000 cows with a total mass of 750, 000, 000, 000, 000 kg (1, 653, 466, 966, 499, 999.961 pounds).
The right side holds 0.070 Phobos (moon of Mars) with a total mass of 750, 000, 000, 000, 000 kg (1, 653, 466, 966, 499, 999.961 pounds).
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.
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.
Phobos (moon of Mars): For purposes of this comparison it has the following properties:
Peak Width: 26, 800 meters
Peak Height: 22, 400 meters
Peak Depth: 18, 400 meters
Surface Area: 6, 100, 000, 000 meters2
Volume: 5, 680, 000, 000, 000 meters3
Phobos moon of Mars.
If you find anything wrong or if you just want to chat about the site, feel free to contact me at tryit4funNum2@g42.org.