Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)

Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter) (9,100 )

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If Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter) (9,100 ) was a standard unit ...

  • Pop. of Alexandria, Egypt (4.62 million people)...more would be 500 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Estimated world population of Harp Seal (4.5 million individuals)...more would be 500 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Pop. of Kolkata, India (4.49 million people)...more would be 500 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Pop. of Ankara, Turkey (4.47 million people)...more would be 500 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Pop. of Xi'an, China (4.47 million people)...more would be 500 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Pop. of Surat, India (4.46 million people)...more would be 500 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Pop. of Yokohama, Japan (3.68 million people)...more would be 400 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Pop. of Busan, South Korea (3.59 million people)...more would be 400 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Pop. of Botswana (2.317million)...more would be 250 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Pop. of Gabon (2.231million)...more would be 250 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Pop. of Djibouti (922,000)...more would be 100 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Pop. of Malta (457,000)...more would be 50 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of number of words in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy (455,000 )...more would be 50 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of babies born every day (370,000 )...more would be 40 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Estimated world population of Suni antelope (365,000 individuals)...more would be 40 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of seats in the Rose Bowl (American football stadium) (90,900 )...more would be 10 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Pop. of Isle of Man (90,500)...more would be 10 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of seats in Wembley Stadium (90,000 )...more would be 10 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of US Military deaths in the Korean war (36,600 )...more would be 4 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Pop. of Anguilla (18,090)...more would be 2 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Estimated world population of Black Wildebeest (18,000 individuals)...more would be 2 x Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of US Military deaths in the Iraq war (4,580 )...more would be 1/2 of Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Estimated world population of Sunda Clouded Leopard (4,500 individuals)...more would be 1/2 of Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of seats in Hammersmith Apollo music venue (London) (3,630 )...more would be 2/5 of Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • High estimate of world population of Giant Panda (1,800 individuals)...more would be 1/5 of Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of airports in the United Kingdom (460 )...more would be 1/20 of Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of Deaths of UK soldiers in the battle of the Somme in 1916 (458 )...more would be 1/20 of Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of passengers on a Boeing 777-300 airliner (typical configuration) (368 )...more would be 1/25 of Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of ways a travelling salesman can visit six towns (and return home) (360 )...more would be 1/25 of Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of games played in longest-ever tennis match between Isner and Mahut (2010) (183 )...more would be 1/50 of Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of skyscrapers in Shanghai (>150m tall, 2021) (180 )...more would be 1/50 of Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)
  • Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote (37 )...more would be 1/250 of Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter)

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