Too cool. Powers of Ten zooms in from a view of the Milky Way down to a particular Oak tree in Florida. It then delves into a single Oak leaf, a cell in that Oak leaf, the nucleus of the cell, the DNA, a DNA nucleotide, the nucleus of a carbon atom in that nucleotide, and, finally, quarks within a proton.
Powers of Ten: From the Milky Way to a Carbon Atom
Ryan Boren Science 1 Minute
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