1 E+30 m³

1 E+30 m³

To help compare different orders of magnitudes this page lists volumes between one thousand cubic gigametre and ten thousand cubic terametre (10^{30} to 10^{40} cubic metres). "See also" volumes or capacities of other orders of magnitude.

* Volumes smaller than 1 nonillion ("a million5") cubic metres



*1 E+30 m³ or 1030 m³ equals:
** 1 nonillion m³ (1 quintillion km³ in long scale terminology, "one million5" cubic metres)
** 1 sextillion km³ (1 trilliard km³ in long scale terminology, "one thousand million3" cubic kilometres)
** 1 trillion Mm³ (1 billion Mm³ in long scale terminology, "one million2" cubic megametres)
** 1,000 Gm³ (one thousand cubic gigametres)----
*1 E+31 m³ or 1031 m³ equals:
** 10 nonillion m³ (10 quintillion km³ in long scale terminology, "ten million5" cubic metres)
** 10 sextillion km³ (10 trilliard km³ in long scale terminology, "ten thousand million3" cubic kilometres)
** 10 trillion Mm³ (10 billion Mm³ in long scale terminology, "ten million2" cubic megametres)
** 10,000 Gm³ (ten thousand cubic gigametres)----
*1 E+32 m³ or 1032 m³ equals:
** 100 nonillion m³ (100 quintillion km³ in long scale terminology, "one hundred million5" cubic metres)
** 100 sextillion km³ (100 trilliard km³ in long scale terminology, "one hundred thousand million3" cubic kilometres)
** 100 trillion Mm³ (100 billion Mm³ in long scale terminology, "one hundred million2" cubic megametres)
** 100,000 Gm³ (one hundred thousand cubic gigametres)
* 500 nonillion m³ — volume of a red giant the same mass as the Sun

*1 E+33 m³ or 1033 m³ equals:
** 1 decillion m³ (1,000 quintillion km³ in long scale terminology, "one thousand million5" cubic metres)
** 1 septillion km³ (1 quadrillion km³ in long scale terminology, "one million4" cubic kilometres)
** 1 quadrillion Mm³ (1 billiard Mm³ in long scale terminology, "one thousand million2" cubic megametres)
** 1 million Gm³ (one million cubic gigametres)----
*1 E+34 m³ or 1034 m³ equals:
** 10 decillion m³ (10,000 quintillion km³ in long scale terminology, "ten thousand million5" cubic metres)
** 10 septillion km³ (10 quadrillion km³ in long scale terminology, "ten million4" cubic kilometres)
** 10 quadrillion Mm³ (10 billiard Mm³ in long scale terminology, "ten thousand million2" cubic megametres)
** 10 million Gm³ (ten million cubic gigametres)----
*1 E+35 m³ or 1035 m³ equals:
** 100 decillion m³ (100,000 quintillion km³ in long scale terminology, "one hundred thousand million5" cubic metres)
** 100 septillion km³ (100 quadrillion km³ in long scale terminology, "one hundred million4" cubic kilometres)
** 100 quadrillion Mm³ (100 billiard Mm³ in long scale terminology, "one hundred thousand million2" cubic megametres)
** 100 million Gm³ (one hundred million cubic gigametres)

*1 E+36 m³ or 1036 m³ equals:
** 1 undecillion m³ (1 sextillion km³ in long scale terminology, "one million6" cubic metres)
** 1 octillion km³ (1,000 quadrillion km³ in long scale terminology, "one thousand million4" cubic kilometres)
** 1 quintillion Mm³ (1 trillion Mm³ in long scale terminology, "one million3" cubic megametres)
** 1 billion Gm³ (one milliard Gm3 in long scale terminology, "one thousand million" cubic gigametres)
** 1 Tm³ (one cubic terametre)----
*1 E+37 m³ or 1037 m³ equals:
** 10 undecillion m³ (10 sextillion km³ in long scale terminology, "ten million6" cubic metres)
** 10 octillion km³ (10,000 quadrillion km³ in long scale terminology, "ten thousand million4" cubic kilometres)
** 10 quintillion Mm³ (10 trillion Mm³ in long scale terminology, "ten million3" cubic megametres)
** 10 billion Gm³ (ten milliard Gm3 in long scale terminology, "ten thousand million" cubic gigametres)
** 10 Tm³ (ten cubic terametres)----
*1 E+38 m³ or 1038 m³ equals:
** 100 undecillion m³ (100 sextillion km³ in long scale terminology, "one hundred million6" cubic metres)
** 100 octillion km³ (100,000 quadrillion km³ in long scale terminology, "one hundred thousand million4" cubic kilometres)
** 100 quintillion Mm³ (100 trillion Mm³ in long scale terminology, "one hundred million3" cubic megametres)
** 100 billion Gm³ (one hundred milliard Gm3 in long scale terminology, "one hundred thousand million" cubic gigametres)
** 100 Tm³ (one hundred cubic terametres)
* 390 undecillion m³ — volume of a sphere which would enclose the orbit of Neptune

*1 E+39 m³ or 1039 m³ equals:
** 1 duodecillion m³ (1,000 sextillion km³ in long scale terminology, "one thousand million6" cubic metres)
** 1 nonillion km³ (1 quintillion km³ in long scale terminology, "one million5" cubic kilometres)
** 1 sextillion Mm³ (1 trilliard Mm³ in long scale terminology, "one thousand million3" cubic megametres)
** 1 trillion Gm³ (one billion Gm3 in long scale terminology, "one million2" cubic gigametres)
** 1,000 Tm³ (one thousand cubic terametres)

* Volumes larger than or equal to 10 duodecillion ("ten thousand million6") cubic metres

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