Circumference of Earth's Moon

Circumference of Earth's Moon (10,920 km)



Neat Ratios ...

Circumference of Earth's Moon (10,920 km)

  • is 1/400 of Circumference of the Sun (4.37 million km)...more
  • is 1/40 of Circumference of Jupiter (439,000 km)...more
  • is about as big as Length of the Trans-Siberian Highway from St Petersburg to Vladivostok (11,000 km)...more
  • is 2 x Length of the Siberian Yenisei River (5,540 km)...more
  • is 2 x Length of Yellow River (Huang He) in China (5,460 km)...more
  • is 2.5 x Length of the Mekong River (4,350 km)...more
  • is 500 x Height of Olympus Mons (Mars) (21.9 km)...more
  • is 500 x Length of Manhattan Island (21.6 km)...more
  • is 1000 x Depth of Marianas Trench (10.99 km)...more
  • is 2000 x Height of Mons Huygens (highest point on the moon) (5.5 km)...more
  • is 10000 x Height of Table Moutain, Cape Town (1.085 km)...more

If this was a standard unit ...

Is That A Big Number? - The Book

Yes, there's now a book based on these numbers. Oxford University Press: July 2018.

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