When people read about the universe, they often have trouble visualizing just how big it truly is. When thinking on the scale of atoms, the size of the universe is unimaginably large.

A single drop of water contains over 1.5 sextillion atoms, and there are approximately 75 sextillion drops of water in the ocean. While the ocean covers nearly 70 percent of the Earth's surface, water only represents a small fraction of the Earth's weight. Over 1,300 Earths could fit inside Jupiter, and the Sun could hold nearly 1,000 Jupiter-sized planets.

The Sun's size is average among stars, and there are perhaps 400 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy. Among galaxies, the Milky Way is slightly below average, and the universe contains an estimated 170 billion galaxies. Overall, the amount of mass in the universe is simply too high to visualize. Trying to imagine the size of the universe, which has a relatively low density despite all of its mass, is an exercise in futility.

Below is an interactive infographic which will really make you feel how huge is this universe. You can also have a look on the image version of the same infographic given below it.

Source : NumberSleuth.org

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