# How many feet in diameter is the universe?

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• Anonymous

I think you're going to piss off all the science gurus in here. So stop asking stupid questions.

• jhstha
Lv 4

The (visible) universe is said to be about 14 billion lightyears (in each direction !! ) That makes 28 from one end to another. So ... one lightyear is 9,450,000,000,000,000,000 meters, so just multiply it with 28 and the result with 3, because one meter is 3 feet. Then you know how many feet the (visible) universe is in diameter: It's about 795,000,000,000,000,000,000 feet.

Hahahaha, funny question

• Anonymous

the known universe is much bigger than that 795 whatever guess. Our galaxy is 100,000 light years across. There are 5,878,482,164,161 miles in a ONE light year. So 100,000 times 6 trillion, our galaxy is somewhere in the 600 trillion MILES across range...so 600 trillion times 5,280(feet in a mile) would be a very rough guess of our galaxy measured in feet. Now considering there are thought to be WELL over 500 billion galaxies in the universe...I think it would be safe to say that the universe would be an infinite number in light years(not feet) if possible to measure.

Oh and jhstha you multiplied by 28 instead of 28 billion...haha

the diameter of the universe is close to

1.5 x 10^28 inches.

figure it out from there

• GeneL
Lv 7

The answer is: an infinite number of feet.

• Anonymous

I can't asnwer your question because the universe is octagon in shape. So, no diameter. :)

• Anonymous

EARTH DIAMETER = 41851377.9527559 feet

SOLAR SYSTEM DIAMETER - 194.4 AU = 31633370078740 feet

MILKY WAY GALAXY - 100000 Light year

98276453127183746543341228`16237362354465354229864782425577661322759788735563442322898637655125654128896867353756543267687543636768879 feet an three quarters of one inch.

the radius of the earth is nearly 6000km's.now u calculte the diametre and submit it if u r that interested

• sllyjo
Lv 5

too many 4 me