Verskil tussen weergawes van "Grootteordes (lengte)"

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|rowspan=7|[[1 megametremegameter|10<sup>6</sup>]]
|rowspan=7|1,000&nbsp;km = 1 [[megametremegameter]] (Mm)
|diameter van [[Pluto]]
|diameter of dwarf planet [[Pluto]], formerly the smallest [[planet]] category<ref name="Asteroid-planet?" group=note/> of our solar system
|diameter ofvan thedie [[MoonMaan]]
|typicaltipiese distanceafstand coveredafgelê bydeur thedie winnerwenner ofvan thedie [[24 hoursuur ofvan Le Mans]] automobilemotor endurance raceuithourit
|lengthlengte ofvan thedie [[GreatGroot WallMuur ofvan China]]
|approximateongeveer lengthdie oflengte thevan twodie longesttwee riverslangste riviere, thedie [[NileNyl]] anden thedie [[Amazon RiverAmesonerivier|AmazonAmesone]]
|lengthlengte ofvan thedie [[Trans-Canada Highway]]
|lengthlengte ofvan thedie [[Trans-Siberian Railway]], longestlangste in thedie worldwêreld
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|rowspan=2|[[10 megametresmegameters|10<sup>7</sup>]]
|ekwatoriale deursnee van die aarde
|equatorial diameter of the Earth
|lengthlengte ofvan thedie Earth'saarde se [[equatorewenaar]]
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|rowspan=3|[[100 megametresmegameters|10<sup>8</sup>]]
|diameter ofvan [[Jupiter]]
|distanceafstand travelledwat bylig lightaflê in oneeen secondsekonde
|384,000&nbsp;km = 384 Mm
|[[Maan]] se orbitale afstand van die Aarde
|[[Moon]]'s orbital distance from Earth
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|rowspan=2|[[1 gigametregigameter|10<sup>9</sup>]]
|rowspan=2|1 million km = 1 [[gigametregigameter]] (Gm)
|1,390,000&nbsp;km = 1.39&nbsp;Gm
|diameter ofvan thedie [[SunSon]]
|4,200,000 &nbsp;km = 4.2&nbsp;Gm
|greatestgrootste mileageaantal everkilometers recordedwat byooit aaangeteken caris deur 'n motor (A'n 1966 [[Volvo P1800|Volvo P-1800S]], stillry nog drivingsteeds)
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| [[10 gigametresgigameters|10<sup>10</sup>]]
| 10 millionmiljoen km
|18 millionmiljoen km
|ongeveer een [[ligminuut|ligsekonde]]
|approximately one [[light-minute]]
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| rowspan=2 | [[100 gigametresgigameters|10<sup>11</sup>]]
| rowspan=2 | 100 millionmiljoen km
|150 millionmiljoen&nbsp;km = 150&nbsp;Gm
|1 [[astronomicalastronomiese uniteenheid]] (AUAE); meangemiddelde distanceafstand betweentussen Earthdie andaarde Sunen die son
|~ 900 Gm
|opticaloptiese diameter ofvan [[BetelgeuseBetelgeuze|Betelgeuze (ster)]] (~600 × SunSon)
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|rowspan=4|[[1 terametreterameter|10<sup>12</sup>]]
|rowspan=4|1000 millionmiljoen km = 1 [[terametreterameter]] (Tm)
|1.4 {{E|9}}&nbsp;km
|[[Saturnus]] se orbitale afstand van die Son
|orbital distance of [[Saturn]] from Sun
|~ 3 {{E|9}}&nbsp;km
|estimatedberaamde opticalopteise diameter ofvan [[VY Canis Majoris]], as of 2007 thedie [[ListLys ofvan largestgrootste knownbekende starssterre|largestgrootste knownbekende starster]] van 2007 (~2000 × SunSon)
|5.9 {{E|9}}&nbsp;km = 5.9&nbsp;Tm
|[[Pluto]] se orbitale afstand van die Son
|orbital distance of Pluto from Sun
|~ 7.5 {{E|9}}&nbsp;km = 7.5&nbsp;Tm
|outerbuitenste boundarygrens ofvan thedie [[Kuiper belt-gordel]], innerinnerlike boundarygrens ofvan thedie [[Oort cloud-wolk]] (~ 50 AUAE)
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|rowspan=2|[[10 terametresterameters|10<sup>13</sup>]]
|rowspan=2|10 Tm
|diameter ofvan ourons [[Solar SystemSonnestelsel]] as a'n wholegeheel<ref name="Burgess_and_Quevedo"/>
|16.25{{E|9}}&nbsp;km = 16.25&nbsp;Tm
|distanceafstand ofvan thedie [[Voyager 1]] spacecraftruimteskip fromvan Sundie Son af({{As of|2009|alt=as of Feb 2009}}), the farthest man-madeverste objectmense sogemaakte farvoorwerp<ref>[ Spacecraft escaping the Solar System<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
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|[[100 terametresterameters|10<sup>14</sup>]]
|100 Tm
|1.8{{E|11}}&nbsp;km = 180&nbsp;Tm
|sizegrootte ofvan thedie [[debrisVerstrooide diskskyf]] aroundrondom thedie starster [[51 Pegasi]] <ref></ref> <div id="1E15"/>
|rowspan=2|[[1 petametrepetameter|10<sup>15</sup>]]
|rowspan=2|1 [[petametrepetameter]] (Pm)
|~ 7.5 {{E|12}}&nbsp;km = 7.5&nbsp;Pm
|supposedveronderstelde outerbuitenste boundarygrens ofvan thedie Oort cloud-wolk (~ 50,000 AU)
|9.46{{E|12}}&nbsp;km = 9.46&nbsp;Pm<br>= 1 [[light yearligjaar]]
|distanceafstand travelledafgelê bydeur lightlig in oneeen yearjaar; atteen itssy currenthuidige speed,spoed het Voyager 1 would need 17,500 yearsjaar nodig om tohierdie travelafstand thiste distancereis
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|rowspan=3|[[10 petametrespetameters|10<sup>16</sup>]]
|rowspan=3|10 Pm
|3.2616 light-yearsligjare<br>(3.08568{{E|16}}&nbsp;m = 30.8568&nbsp;Pm)
|1 [[parsec]]
|4.22 light-yearsligjare = 39.9&nbsp;Pm
|distanceafstand tona nearestdie starnaaste ster ([[Proxima Centauri]])
|10.4 light-yearsligjare = 98.4&nbsp;Pm
|as ofvan September 2007, distanceafstand tovan nearestdie discoverednaaste [[extrasolarekstrasolêre planetplaneet]] ([[Epsilon Eridani b]]) ontdek is
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|rowspan=2|[[100 petametrespetameters|10<sup>17</sup>]]
|rowspan=2|100 Pm
|20.4 light-yearsligjare = 193&nbsp;Pm
|asvan of OctoberOktober 2010, distance to nearestafstand discoveredvan extrasolardie planetnaaste withekstrasolêre potentialplaneet tomet supportdie lifepotensiaal asom welewe knowte itondersteun ([[Gliese 581 d]])
|65 light-yearsligjjare = 6.15{{E|17}}&nbsp;m = 615&nbsp;Pm
|approximate radius of humanity's radio bubble, caused by high-power TV broadcasts leaking through the atmosphere into outer space
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|rowspan=1|[[1 exametreeksameter|10<sup>18</sup>]]
|rowspan=1|1 [[exametreeksameter]] (Em)
|200 light-yearsligjare = 1.9&nbsp;Em
|distance to nearby [[solar twin]] ([[HIP 56948]]), a star with properties virtually identical to our Sun <ref>{{cite web | last = Shiga | first = David | url = | title = Sun's 'twin' an ideal hunting ground for alien life | publisher = New Scientist | accessdate = 2007-10-03 }}</ref>
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|[[10 exametreseksameters|10<sup>19</sup>]]
|10 Em
|1,000 light-yearsligjare = 9.46 Em or 9.46 × 10<sup>15</sup> km
|average thickness of [[Milky Way Galaxy]]<ref>{{cite web |last=Christian |first=Eric |last2=Samar |first2=Safi-Harb |title=How large is the Milky Way? |url= |accessdate=2008-11-14}}</ref> (1000 to 3000 ly by [[Hydrogen line|21&nbsp;cm observations]]<ref>{{cite web |last=Duncan |first=Martin |title=Physics 216 – Introduction to Astrophysics |chapter=16 |url= |year=2008 |accessdate=2008-11-14}}</ref>)
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|[[100 exametreseksameters|10<sup>20</sup>]]
|100 Em
|12,000 light-yearsligjare = 113.5 Em or 1.135 × 10<sup>17</sup> km
|thickness of [[Milky Way Galaxy]]'s gaseous disk<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Milky Way fatter than first thought |accessdate=2008-11-14 |date=2008-02-20 |work=[[The Sydney Morning Herald]] |publisher=[[Australian Associated Press]]}}</ref>
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|rowspan=4|[[1 zettametrezettameter|10<sup>21</sup>]]
|rowspan=4|1 [[zettametrezettameter]] (Zm)
|100,000 light-yearsligjare
|diameter of galactic disk of [[Milky Way Galaxy]]<ref name="Burgess_and_Quevedo"/>
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|rowspan=2|[[10 zettametreszettameters|10<sup>22</sup>]]
|rowspan=2|10 Zm
| 22.3&nbsp;Zm = 2.36 millionmiljoen light-yearsligjare<br>= 725 kiloparsecs
|distance to [[Andromeda Galaxy]]
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|[[100 zettametreszettameters|10<sup>23</sup>]]
|100 Zm
|300–600&nbsp;Zm = 10–20 [[megaparsecs]]
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|rowspan=2|[[1 yottametrejottameter|10<sup>24</sup>]]
|rowspan=2|1 [[yottametrejottameter]] (Ym)
|200 millionmiljoen light-yearsligjare<br>= 2&nbsp;Ym = 60 megaparsecs
|diameter of the [[Local Supercluster]] and the largest voids and filaments.
|550 millionmiljoen light-yearsligjare<br>~170 megaparsecs ~5&nbsp;Ym
|diameter of the enormous [[Horologium Supercluster]] <ref> The Horologium Supercluster</ref>
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|[[10 yottametresjottameters|10<sup>25</sup>]]
|10 Ym
|1.37 billionbiljoen light yearsligjare<br>= 1.3{{E|25}}&nbsp;m = 13&nbsp;Ym
|Length of the [[Sloan Great Wall]], a giant wall of galaxies ([[galactic filament]].<ref>[ J. R. Gott III ''et al.'', ''Astrophys. J.'', '''624''', 463 (2005).] Figure 8 &ndash; "Logarithmic Maps of the Universe" &ndash; is available as a poster from [ the homepage of Mario Juric.]</ref>
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|rowspan=2|[[100 yottametresjottameter|10<sup>26</sup>]]
|rowspan=2|100 Ym
|1{{E|10}} light-yearsligjare<br>= 10<sup>26</sup>&nbsp;m = 100&nbsp;Ym
|estimated [[Distance measures (cosmology)|light travel distance]] to certain [[quasars]]
|92{{E|9}} light yearsligjare<br>= 9.2{{E|26}}&nbsp;m = 920&nbsp;Ym
|approx. diameter ([[comoving distance]]) of the [[visible universe]]<ref name="Burgess_and_Quevedo"/>
|1000 Ym
|~250 billionbiljoen light yearsligjare<br>= 2.4{{E|27}}&nbsp;m = 2400&nbsp;Ym
|According to one estimate using the [[WMAP]] data,<ref> How Many Universes Do There Need To Be?</ref> it can be said with 95% confidence that there is a lower limit of 21 [[particle horizon]] size patches in the universe.