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63 Earths can fit inside Uranus.
R Kym Horsell wrote:
Just curious :
Is it that the volume of Uranus is 63 times the volume of Earth, or is
it that 63 Earth spheres could be packed to fit inside one Uranus
sized sphere ?
Pretty obvious. Uranus is 4x the diam of earth and 4^3 == 64.
But how meny flat earths could be stacked inside Uranus ?
? Floating exception
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