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A Quick Perspective, A Photo and Video Series That Simply Shows the Scale of Massive Objects

A Quick Perspective is a photo and video series by Kevin Wisbith that simply compares the sizes of massive objects to give viewers a better understanding of their size. The series includes some current real world examples as well as historical items like the Titanic, fictional creations like The Death Star, and extinct species like […]
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