Comparing the size of things by Kevin Wisbith

Comparing the size of things by Kevin Wisbith

October 2, 2016

Comparing the size of things by Kevin Wisbith

A stunning image series comparing the size of things by Kevin Wisbith, are really out of this world!

Above, the Titanic, one of the largest ships built, with total length of 882 feet, on top of the 1,092 feet long aircraft carrier U.S.S. Ronald Reagan. 



Kevin Wisbith explains:
“I created a YouTube series called “A Quick Perspective” in order to give people a real sense of the size of some of the machines, buildings, and animals that have we know. These are all concept images that don’t seem appealing enough for a video.”

The wingspan of a B-2 is 172 feet which is 12 feet wider than an NFL football field

The wingspan of a B-2 is 172 feet which is 12 feet wider than an NFL football field.

 

The Death Star's estimated width is around 99 miles across

The Death Star’s estimated width is around 99 miles across, or around 1/4th the length of Florida.

 

Seawise Giant which spanned 1,504 feet, placed in the main lake in New York's Central Park.

The largest oil tanker ever produced was the Seawise Giant which spanned 1,504 feet, placed in the main lake in New York’s Central Park.

 

The Burj Khalifa placed in New York it would stretch almost 1,000 feet past the One World Trade center.

The Burj Khalifa, currently the tallest standing structure in the world, placed in New York it would stretch almost 1,000 feet past the One World Trade center.

 

The 1950s M-1 Rocket motor was designed for the NASA space program

The 1950s M-1 Rocket motor was designed for the NASA space program, the biggest motor ever built with a diameter was 14 feet.

via gizmodo

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