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What is an example of 600 million tonnes object or body?

## What is an example of 600 million tonnes object or body?

[From: Astronomy & Space] [author: ] [Date: 05-05] [Hit: ]
What is an example of 600 million tonnes object or body?Sun burns 600 million tonnes of Hydrogen every second based on what I read. Im trying to visualize an example of 600 M tonnes on Earth and I cant seem to get it. Even skyscrapers,......

What is an example of 600 million tonnes object or body?
Sun burns 600 million tonnes of Hydrogen every second based on what I read. I'm trying to visualize an example of 600 M tonnes on Earth and I can't seem to get it.

Even skyscrapers, bridges, very heavy trees, etc etc are nowhere close to such a mass.
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Climate Realist say: 0.600 cubic kilometers of water. A cube of 834 metres * 834 metres * 834 metres
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say: There is no man made structure, building, bridge or any kind of architecture that weighs 600 million tons.

All the skyscrapers in the world can't equal 600 million tons.

About 140 billion gallons of gasoline are consumed every year in US. One gallon is 6 lbs. Even then the total doesn't equal 600 million tonnes.

All 7 billion people on Earth also don't weigh that much.

Sun is just too powerful to match by tiny Earth and earthlings.

It can only be natural creations that weigh this much -- oceans, seas, mountains, etc etc
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poldi2 say: The Great Pyramid of Egypt is thought to weigh 600 million tons.
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Acetek say: the Sun does not burn anything.
it fuses 600 million tons of hydrogen into helium per second
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Ronald 7 say: Hydrogen
And the Sun has Truck loads of it
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busterwasmycat say: A cubic kilometer has a mass of 1 billion tonnes (metric) of water. 0.6 km^3 is about the volume of water in Sydney Harbor (Australia), a tidbit I happened upon by chance. Or perhaps the entire area of the Bay of Fundy to a depth of 10 cm.

Or maybe the volume of rock to 3 meters depth for the entire island of Manhattan.

The problem is that you are trying to visualize a mass, but we tend to visualize masses in terms of volume, but that mass of hydrogen would be very compressed by pressure and not at all at a density near to water or rock. The hydrogen that fuses is at a density of about 100 times that of liquid water here on earth, so would take up only about 1% of the equivalent volume.
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YKhan say: More interestingly, 4 million tonnes/second of it is converted directly into energy, never to be part of the Sun ever again. This is all of the photons and neutrinos that are escaping out of the Sun as energy.

4 million tonnes = 2/3 the mass of the Great Pyramid of Giza
600 million tonnes = 1.4 the mass of all humans alive today
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Paula say: If it was water, it would be 600 x 1000 x 1000 meters
Almost a cubic kilometer
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billrussell42 say: 600 million tonnes is 6e11 kg

some of the smaller asteroids are about that mass. Aten 2062, 900 m in diameter is close.

all of NYC may be close.
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