How Big is Big?

The quantity of aggregate matter of a body.
Standard Units: kilograms.

electron 9.109 x 10-31 kg
proton 1.673 x 10-27 kg
oxygen atom 2.657 x 10-26 kg
uranium 238 atom 3.983 x 10-25 kg
human DNA molecule 2.01 x 10-19 kg
Hope diamond 9.10 x 10-3 kg
 
ping pong ball 2.47 x 10-3 kg
golf ball .0459 kg
billard ball .170 kg
tennis ball .057 kg
baseball .142 kg
football .426 kg
basketball .625 kg
bowling ball 7.2 kg
 
mosquito 5 x 10-5 kg
mouse .015 kg
cat (domestic male) 5.0 kg
dog (greyhound) 22.5 kg
cheetah 55 kg
human (adult male) 86 kg
race horse 550 kg
elephant (African male) 7200 kg
blue whale 1.36 x 105 kg
tyranosaurus rex 5400 kg
 
motorcycle (650cc) 205 kg
small car 952.5 kg
large car 1460 kg
M1A1 battle tank 6.12 x 104 kg
box car (empty) 7.0 x 104 kg
box car (w/cargo) 1.38 x 105 kg
Space Shuttle (empty) 7.5 x 104 kg
Space Shuttle (w/cargo) 9.9 x 104 kg
steam locomotive 5.4 x 105 kg
freight train (100 cars) 9.98 x 106 kg
aircraft carrier 7.3 x 107 kg
Eiffel Tower 9.16 x 106 kg
Golden Gate Bridge 8.05 x 108 kg
Grand Coulee Dam 1.27 x 1010 kg
 
Rock of Gibraltar 1.78 x 1012 kg
Mt. Rainier 1.23 x 1015 kg
arctic iceberg 1.07 x 108 kg
antarctic iceberg 4.50 x 1013 kg
 
Ceres 6.0 x 1019 kg
Io 8.92 x 1022 kg
Pluto 1.31 x 1022 kg
The Moon 7.34 x 1022 kg
Earth 5.97 x 1024 kg
Jupiter 1.9 x 1027 kg
 
Betelgeuse 2.0 x 1029 kg
Sun 1.99 x 1030 kg
Rigel 2.0 x 1031 kg
Pleiades (open cluster) 9.94 x 1032 kg
M8 (emission nebula) 5.17 x 1033 kg
M13 (globular cluster) 9.94 x 1035 kg
supermassive blackhole 2.0 x 1038 kg
Milky Way 2.0 x 1041 kg
Local Group 8.0 x 1041 kg
galactic supercluster 2.0 x 1045 kg
universe (Ho = 73.8) 2.0 x 1053 kg
The speed and direction of movement of a body.
Standard Units: meters/second.

photon in a vacuum 2.998 x 108 m/s
electron (neutral hydrogen) 2.19 x 106 m/s
 
38 caliber bullet (pistol) 182 m/s
car (freeway) 31.3 m/s
race car (formula 1) 98.3 m/s
M1A1 battle tank 18.8 m/s
Space Shuttle in orbit 7.6 x 103 m/s
freight train 35.7 m/s
aircraft carrier 15.43 m/s
 
baseball (fast ball) 44.7 m/s
tennis ball (pro serve) 62.5 m/s
basketball (free throw) 7.65 m/s
 
garden slug (large) 1.85 x 10-3 m/s
dog (greyhound) 17.8 m/s
cheetah 31.3 m/s
human (olympic sprinter) 10.1 m/s
race horse 13.9 m/s
African elephant 5.56 m/s
tyranosaurus rex 6.94 m/s
 
Earth 2.98 x 104 m/s
Jupiter 1.31 x 104 m/s
Pluto 4.74 x 103 m/s
 
Sun 2.2 x 105 m/s
Pleiades (open cluster) 4.0 x 104 m/s
M13 (globular cluster) 2.2 x 105 m/s
Rate of change of the speed or direction of a body.
Standard Units: meters/second-squared.

flea jumping 1,960 m/s2
cheetah 7.8 m/s2
 
full-speed football tackle 7.8 m/s2
high-speed car crash 6,860 m/s2
44 magnum bullet firing 3.05 x 105 m/s2
car (rolling start) .7 m/s2
Space Shuttle launch 29.4 m/s2
 
Moon surface gravity 1.62 m/s2
Earth surface gravity 9.8 m/s2
Sun surface gravity 274 m/s2
A body's mass multiplied by its velocity.
Standard Units: kilogram-meters/second.

electron (neutral hydrogen) 1.99 x 10-24 kgm/s
 
dog (greyhound) 401 kgm/s
cheetah 1722 kgm/s
human (olympic sprinter) 870 kgm/s
race horse 7645 kgm/s
African elephant 4.0 x 104 kgm/s
tyranosaurus rex 3.8 x 104 kgm/s
 
baseball (fast ball) 6.35 kgm/s
tennis ball (pro serve) 3.56 kgm/s
basketball (free throw) 4.78 kgm/s
 
650cc motorcycle (freeway) 6.4 x 103 kgm/s
small car (freeway) 3.0 x 104 kgm/s
M1A1 battle tank 1.15 x 106 kgm/s
Space Shuttle 7.5 x 108 kgm/s
freight train (100 cars) 3.56 x 108 kgm/s
aircraft carrier 1.1 x 109 kgm/s
 
Earth 1.78 x 1029 kgm/s
Jupiter 2.48 x 1031 kgm/s
Pluto 6.45 x 1025 kgm/s
 
Sun 4.37 x 1035 kgm/s
Pleiades (open cluster) 4.00 x 1037 kgm/s
M13 (globular cluster) 2.19 x 1041 kgm/s
Center of a curvature to its edge or surface.
Standard Units: meters.

proton 5 x 10-15 m
neutral hydrogen atom 5 x 10-11 m
 
ping pong ball .0189 m
golf ball .0213 m
billard ball .0286 m
tennis ball .0320 m
baseball .0374 m
basketball .120 m
bowling ball .109 m
 
arctic iceberg 30.5 m
antarctic iceberg 4000 m
Mt. Rainier (base) 9097 m
 
Moon 1.74 x 106 m
Pluto 1.12 x 106 m
Earth 6.38 x 106 m
Jupiter 7.14 x 107 m
 
Sun 6.96 x 108 m
Betelgeuse 2.09 x 1011 m
Pleiades 4.62 x 1016 m
Orion Nebula 9.25 x 1016 m
M13 (globular cluster) 7.71 x 1017 m
supermassive blackhole 2.97 x 1011 m
 
Milky Way 4.73 x 1020 m
Local Group 1.54 x 1022 m
Virgo Supercluster 4.63 x 1022 m
universe (Ho=73.8) 4.40 x 1026 m
Mass per unit length, area, or volume of a body.
Standard Units: kilograms/meter, kilograms/meter-squared, or kilograms/meter-cubed.

proton 3.20 x 1015 kg/m3
hydrogen atom 3.20 x 103 kg/m3
 
baseball 648 kg/m3
basketball 86.3 kg/m3
bowling ball 1.33 x 103 kg/m3
 
Grand Coulee Dam 1.39 x 103 kg/m3
Rock of Gibraltar 2.00 x 103 kg/m3
Earth 5.50 x 103 kg/m3
Jupiter 1.25 x 103 kg/m3
Sun 1.40 x 103 kg/m3
Betelgeuse 5.23 x 10-6 kg/m3
Lagoon Nebula 1.56 x 10-18 kg/m3
Milky Way 4.51 x 10-22 kg/m3
Virgo supercluster 4.81 x 10-24 kg/m3
universe (Ho=73.8) 9.9 x 10-27 kg/m3