Earth for us is a huge place. Just think of the 11,388 mile journey from London to Auckland in New Zealand taking 23 hours time and flying at an average speed of 500mph. It’s a big old World we live in…but everything is relative of course.
Ever since 1990 when the Hubble telescope was launched, it allowed us the ability to look beyond our atmosphere. It then became more and more apparent that our blue marble is tiny compared to the space we float in. Too tiny to even comprehend, when compared to other planets, stars, galaxies and the universe itself.
The following images show how tiny Earth really is….