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In this 1977 movie by Charles & Ray Eames, called "[http://powersof10.com/film The Powers of Ten]" demonstrates scaling in powers of 10 meters. It covers from the horizon distance down to the scale of quarks and is about 10 minute. For a truly modern twist on this scaling, check out this 2012 version "[:UScale:Scale of the Universe 2]", by Cary Huang. In this 1977 movie by Charles & Ray Eames, called "[http://powersof10.com/film The Powers of Ten]", they demonstrate scaling in powers of 10 meters. It covers from the horizon distance down to the scale of quarks and is about 10 minute. For a truly modern twist on this scaling, check out this 2012 version "[:UScale:Scale of the Universe 2]", by Cary Huang.

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Powers of Ten, 1A60.10

URL Location: http://powersof10.com/

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In this 1977 movie by Charles & Ray Eames, called "[http://powersof10.com/film The Powers of Ten]", they demonstrate scaling in powers of 10 meters. It covers from the horizon distance down to the scale of quarks and is about 10 minute. For a truly modern twist on this scaling, check out this 2012 version "[:UScale:Scale of the Universe 2]", by Cary Huang.

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References:

  1. [:UScale:Scale of the Universe]

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