Comparison of the Earth With Some Space Objects

Astronomy Science ~ How big or How Small does the Earth when compared to other space object ? An astronomer named John Brady tried to revea...

Astronomy Science ~ How big or How Small does the Earth when compared to other space object ? An astronomer named John Brady tried to reveal a scale objects in our galaxy with the continent up to our own planet.

One picture shows how six Earth would fit across the width of the rings of Saturn. While Mount Olympus Mars has a size similar to the Arizona territory.

These images were created by amateur astronomer John Brady
"Most of the objects out there is quite large so it is difficult to imagine how big the size of them," said Brady in Central Astronomy website.

Neutron star comparison with the northwest region of England
In the first picture, he shows how the neutron star's size is proportional to the northwest region of the United Kingdom, between Liverpool and Warrington. But despite the small neutron star, this object actually has a mass of about 1.5 times the mass of the sun. These objects are so dense, so 1 teaspoon of neutron star material can weigh billions of tons.

Olympus Mons volcano Mars Comparing with Arizona US territory.
The second image shows how the Martian volcano Olympus Mons obscure region of Arizona. Located in the Tharsis Montes region of Mars, Olympus Mons is the largest volcano in the solar system. The mountain is three times higher than Mount Everest.

Io almost covered all regions of North America
Meanwhile, Jupiter's moon Io covers almost the whole of North America. Io will fit in between San Francisco and Detroit. This month is known as the most active volcanic object in the solar system.

Comparison of the size of Mars and North America. Mars is larger than North America and still leave a lot of empty space.
Mr. Brady then show how Mars, measuring half the size of our planet will comfortably cover the whole of North America with a lot of empty space.

Object width compared:
  1. The neutron star: 12 miles (20 km)
  2. Olympus Mons: 374 miles (624 km)
  3. Jupiter moon Io: 1,942 km (3,636 km)
  4. Mars: 4220 miles (6792 km)
  5. Earth: 7,918 miles (12 742 km)
  6. Saturn: 72 367 miles (116 464 km)
  7. Jupiter: 88 846 miles (142 984 km)
  8. Ring Saturn: 175,000 miles (282,000 km)
  9. Sun: 864 950 miles (1.392 million km)

North America looks small in Jupiter. even Jupiter Storms is still larger than North America

But when compared with Jupiter, North America will look small. Just looks like a stain near Jupiter giant storm. Even the diameter of our planet 11 times smaller than this giant planet that has 1,000 times stronger than on Earth.

Saturn's rings width comparable to the 6 Earth if arranged
Mr. Brady then compare the Earth and Saturn. Our planet will fit in the width of the rings of Saturn if 6 pieces are arranged Earth. Saturn's ring extends 175,000 miles (282,000 km).

Earth seem small when replacing Saturn
And if we are in a position of planet Saturn, the Earth will be located in the center and a 41,600-mile (66,900 km) from the edge of the rings of Saturn.

Comparison of the Earth to the Sun.
Compared to the Sun, our planet will look very small. The sun disc width can load 109 Earth if prepared and volume can contain 1,300,000 Earth in it.

The sun can release energy in one second is stronger than all human energy ever produced in history. The sun also lost 4 billion tons of material into space every second but has enough material to last for five billion years.

Solar Flare issued equal power a billion Hiroshima bombs.

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