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Our fascination with seeing awesomely huge things placed in...

Our fascination with seeing awesomely huge things placed in understandable perspective is currently being satisfied by college student Kevin Wisbeth. He created a YouTube series called “A Quick Perspective,” which places gigantic things, such as the Death Star, in a relatable context, such as hovering over Florida, so that we can better conceive of the galactic superweapon’s size.
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