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Tallest Mountain to Deepest Ocean Trench

OUR AMAZING PLANET: TOP TO BOTTOM Land/Sea Explore Earth's surface from peaks to mysterious depths 36,000| 35,500 35,000 ft ALTITUDE SCROLL DOWN 34,000 the color of the ocean surface indicates the concentration of chlorophyll in the water, green being highest. 33,000 + Airliner typical cruising altitude - Highest flying bird (Ruppell's Vulture) 30,000 ft Mount Everest 29,029 ft (8,848 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 18м 33 K2 28,251 ft (8,611 m) Himalayan Mountains as seen from the International Space Station PRESSURE 0.33 ATM Air pressure measured i "atmospheres," sea level is equal to 1 atmosphere Death Zone above 26,000 ft, air contains insufficient oxygen to support human life 25 000 ft High Clouds (Cirus) Aconcagua (South America) 22,841 ft (6,962 m) Mount McKinley (North America) 20,320 ft (6,193.5 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 20,000 ft 8M 30s Kilimanjaro (Africa) 19,334 ft (5,893 m) Mount Elbrus (Europe) 18,510 ft (5,642 m) PRESSURE 0.5 ATM Vinson Massif (Antarctica) 16,050 ft (4,892m) Puncak Jaya (highest island peak) 16,024 ft (4,884 m) 15,000 Oxygen comprises about 20.9% of the atmosphere Lhasa, Tibet 11,450 ft (3,490 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 10,000 ft SM 125 Geographic South Pole 9,306 ft (2,835 m) Low Clouds (Cumulus) City of Denver 5,280 ft (1,609 m) 5,000 ft Burj Khalifa world's tallest building 2,717 ft (828 m) CN Tower Empire State Building 1,000 Time needed to boil an egg 3M 37s Great Pyramid of Giza Statue of Liberty Deepwater Horizon offshore oil rig Saturn V Rocket ft PRESSURE 1.0 ATM SEA LEVEL * Recreational diver EPIPELAGIC SUNLIGHT AND PHOTOSYNTH PRESSURE OI10 ATM Continental Shelf * Breath-hold dive record 1.000 • Scuba diving record MESOPELAGIC FISH 50 ATM Atmospheric Diving Suit MESOPELAGIC TWILIGHT ZONE Because there is insufficient sunlight for photosynthesis, life here subsists on bacteria and scraps of dead plants and animals TEMP Deep Sea Giant Isopod I 39. 4 c Sunlight penetration to about 3,000 ft (900 m) Soviet Mie-Ciiss Huear Su tdepest n PRESSURE 100 ATM Oceans Cover 71% of Earth's surface support 50% of Earth's species OIL 5,000 ft BLOWOUT PREVENTER PRESSURE 150 ATM Depth of Grand Canyon "Deep Sea" is below 5,900 ft depth (1,800 m) BATHYPELAGIC MIDNIGHT ZONE No sunlight at all Sharks are common down to 7,000 ft Colossal Squid TEMP 39, 4 c Sperm Whale (deepest diving mammal) 10,000 ft PRESSURE Average Ocean Floor Depth O 355 ATM 12,080.7 ft (3,682.2 m) Wreck of RMS Titanic 12,460 ft (3,798 m) Fangtooths are among the deepest fish 15,000 ft Water from hydrothermal vents can be up to 750° F (400* C) PRESSURE S00 ATM Depth drilled by Deepwater Horizon oil rig before explosion 20,000 ft 25,000 ft PRESSURE O150 ATM Puerto Rico Trench Deepest point in Atlantic Ocean 28,232 ft (8,605 m) 30,000 ft 35,000 ft Mariana Trench Deepest recorded ocean depth 35,814 ft (10,916 m) 1,100 ATM Deepest Dive (1960) by humans in a submersible http://www.noaa.gov/ http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/BlueMarble/BlueMarble_monthlies.php http://www.altitude.org/boil_egg.php http://www.calculatoredge.com/enggcalc/pressure.htm PHOTOS: NASA, NOAA from Flickr:: divemasterking2000, coda kr: Joshua Davis, Graphic by Karl Tate OurAmazing planet HADOPELAGIC HADES" ZONE - DEEP TRENCHES ABYSSOPELAGIC LOWER MIDNIGHT ZONE OIL WELL OIL RISER OUR AMAZING PLANET: TOP TO BOTTOM Land/Sea Explore Earth's surface from peaks to mysterious depths 36,000| 35,500 35,000 ft ALTITUDE SCROLL DOWN 34,000 the color of the ocean surface indicates the concentration of chlorophyll in the water, green being highest. 33,000 + Airliner typical cruising altitude - Highest flying bird (Ruppell's Vulture) 30,000 ft Mount Everest 29,029 ft (8,848 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 18м 33 K2 28,251 ft (8,611 m) Himalayan Mountains as seen from the International Space Station PRESSURE 0.33 ATM Air pressure measured i "atmospheres," sea level is equal to 1 atmosphere Death Zone above 26,000 ft, air contains insufficient oxygen to support human life 25 000 ft High Clouds (Cirus) Aconcagua (South America) 22,841 ft (6,962 m) Mount McKinley (North America) 20,320 ft (6,193.5 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 20,000 ft 8M 30s Kilimanjaro (Africa) 19,334 ft (5,893 m) Mount Elbrus (Europe) 18,510 ft (5,642 m) PRESSURE 0.5 ATM Vinson Massif (Antarctica) 16,050 ft (4,892m) Puncak Jaya (highest island peak) 16,024 ft (4,884 m) 15,000 Oxygen comprises about 20.9% of the atmosphere Lhasa, Tibet 11,450 ft (3,490 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 10,000 ft SM 125 Geographic South Pole 9,306 ft (2,835 m) Low Clouds (Cumulus) City of Denver 5,280 ft (1,609 m) 5,000 ft Burj Khalifa world's tallest building 2,717 ft (828 m) CN Tower Empire State Building 1,000 Time needed to boil an egg 3M 37s Great Pyramid of Giza Statue of Liberty Deepwater Horizon offshore oil rig Saturn V Rocket ft PRESSURE 1.0 ATM SEA LEVEL * Recreational diver EPIPELAGIC SUNLIGHT AND PHOTOSYNTH PRESSURE OI10 ATM Continental Shelf * Breath-hold dive record 1.000 • Scuba diving record MESOPELAGIC FISH 50 ATM Atmospheric Diving Suit MESOPELAGIC TWILIGHT ZONE Because there is insufficient sunlight for photosynthesis, life here subsists on bacteria and scraps of dead plants and animals TEMP Deep Sea Giant Isopod I 39. 4 c Sunlight penetration to about 3,000 ft (900 m) Soviet Mie-Ciiss Huear Su tdepest n PRESSURE 100 ATM Oceans Cover 71% of Earth's surface support 50% of Earth's species OIL 5,000 ft BLOWOUT PREVENTER PRESSURE 150 ATM Depth of Grand Canyon "Deep Sea" is below 5,900 ft depth (1,800 m) BATHYPELAGIC MIDNIGHT ZONE No sunlight at all Sharks are common down to 7,000 ft Colossal Squid TEMP 39, 4 c Sperm Whale (deepest diving mammal) 10,000 ft PRESSURE Average Ocean Floor Depth O 355 ATM 12,080.7 ft (3,682.2 m) Wreck of RMS Titanic 12,460 ft (3,798 m) Fangtooths are among the deepest fish 15,000 ft Water from hydrothermal vents can be up to 750° F (400* C) PRESSURE S00 ATM Depth drilled by Deepwater Horizon oil rig before explosion 20,000 ft 25,000 ft PRESSURE O150 ATM Puerto Rico Trench Deepest point in Atlantic Ocean 28,232 ft (8,605 m) 30,000 ft 35,000 ft Mariana Trench Deepest recorded ocean depth 35,814 ft (10,916 m) 1,100 ATM Deepest Dive (1960) by humans in a submersible http://www.noaa.gov/ http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/BlueMarble/BlueMarble_monthlies.php http://www.altitude.org/boil_egg.php http://www.calculatoredge.com/enggcalc/pressure.htm PHOTOS: NASA, NOAA from Flickr:: divemasterking2000, coda kr: Joshua Davis, Graphic by Karl Tate OurAmazing planet HADOPELAGIC HADES" ZONE - DEEP TRENCHES ABYSSOPELAGIC LOWER MIDNIGHT ZONE OIL WELL OIL RISER OUR AMAZING PLANET: TOP TO BOTTOM Land/Sea Explore Earth's surface from peaks to mysterious depths 36,000| 35,500 35,000 ft ALTITUDE SCROLL DOWN 34,000 the color of the ocean surface indicates the concentration of chlorophyll in the water, green being highest. 33,000 + Airliner typical cruising altitude - Highest flying bird (Ruppell's Vulture) 30,000 ft Mount Everest 29,029 ft (8,848 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 18м 33 K2 28,251 ft (8,611 m) Himalayan Mountains as seen from the International Space Station PRESSURE 0.33 ATM Air pressure measured i "atmospheres," sea level is equal to 1 atmosphere Death Zone above 26,000 ft, air contains insufficient oxygen to support human life 25 000 ft High Clouds (Cirus) Aconcagua (South America) 22,841 ft (6,962 m) Mount McKinley (North America) 20,320 ft (6,193.5 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 20,000 ft 8M 30s Kilimanjaro (Africa) 19,334 ft (5,893 m) Mount Elbrus (Europe) 18,510 ft (5,642 m) PRESSURE 0.5 ATM Vinson Massif (Antarctica) 16,050 ft (4,892m) Puncak Jaya (highest island peak) 16,024 ft (4,884 m) 15,000 Oxygen comprises about 20.9% of the atmosphere Lhasa, Tibet 11,450 ft (3,490 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 10,000 ft SM 125 Geographic South Pole 9,306 ft (2,835 m) Low Clouds (Cumulus) City of Denver 5,280 ft (1,609 m) 5,000 ft Burj Khalifa world's tallest building 2,717 ft (828 m) CN Tower Empire State Building 1,000 Time needed to boil an egg 3M 37s Great Pyramid of Giza Statue of Liberty Deepwater Horizon offshore oil rig Saturn V Rocket ft PRESSURE 1.0 ATM SEA LEVEL * Recreational diver EPIPELAGIC SUNLIGHT AND PHOTOSYNTH PRESSURE OI10 ATM Continental Shelf * Breath-hold dive record 1.000 • Scuba diving record MESOPELAGIC FISH 50 ATM Atmospheric Diving Suit MESOPELAGIC TWILIGHT ZONE Because there is insufficient sunlight for photosynthesis, life here subsists on bacteria and scraps of dead plants and animals TEMP Deep Sea Giant Isopod I 39. 4 c Sunlight penetration to about 3,000 ft (900 m) Soviet Mie-Ciiss Huear Su tdepest n PRESSURE 100 ATM Oceans Cover 71% of Earth's surface support 50% of Earth's species OIL 5,000 ft BLOWOUT PREVENTER PRESSURE 150 ATM Depth of Grand Canyon "Deep Sea" is below 5,900 ft depth (1,800 m) BATHYPELAGIC MIDNIGHT ZONE No sunlight at all Sharks are common down to 7,000 ft Colossal Squid TEMP 39, 4 c Sperm Whale (deepest diving mammal) 10,000 ft PRESSURE Average Ocean Floor Depth O 355 ATM 12,080.7 ft (3,682.2 m) Wreck of RMS Titanic 12,460 ft (3,798 m) Fangtooths are among the deepest fish 15,000 ft Water from hydrothermal vents can be up to 750° F (400* C) PRESSURE S00 ATM Depth drilled by Deepwater Horizon oil rig before explosion 20,000 ft 25,000 ft PRESSURE O150 ATM Puerto Rico Trench Deepest point in Atlantic Ocean 28,232 ft (8,605 m) 30,000 ft 35,000 ft Mariana Trench Deepest recorded ocean depth 35,814 ft (10,916 m) 1,100 ATM Deepest Dive (1960) by humans in a submersible http://www.noaa.gov/ http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/BlueMarble/BlueMarble_monthlies.php http://www.altitude.org/boil_egg.php http://www.calculatoredge.com/enggcalc/pressure.htm PHOTOS: NASA, NOAA from Flickr:: divemasterking2000, coda kr: Joshua Davis, Graphic by Karl Tate OurAmazing planet HADOPELAGIC HADES" ZONE - DEEP TRENCHES ABYSSOPELAGIC LOWER MIDNIGHT ZONE OIL WELL OIL RISER OUR AMAZING PLANET: TOP TO BOTTOM Land/Sea Explore Earth's surface from peaks to mysterious depths 36,000| 35,500 35,000 ft ALTITUDE SCROLL DOWN 34,000 the color of the ocean surface indicates the concentration of chlorophyll in the water, green being highest. 33,000 + Airliner typical cruising altitude - Highest flying bird (Ruppell's Vulture) 30,000 ft Mount Everest 29,029 ft (8,848 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 18м 33 K2 28,251 ft (8,611 m) Himalayan Mountains as seen from the International Space Station PRESSURE 0.33 ATM Air pressure measured i "atmospheres," sea level is equal to 1 atmosphere Death Zone above 26,000 ft, air contains insufficient oxygen to support human life 25 000 ft High Clouds (Cirus) Aconcagua (South America) 22,841 ft (6,962 m) Mount McKinley (North America) 20,320 ft (6,193.5 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 20,000 ft 8M 30s Kilimanjaro (Africa) 19,334 ft (5,893 m) Mount Elbrus (Europe) 18,510 ft (5,642 m) PRESSURE 0.5 ATM Vinson Massif (Antarctica) 16,050 ft (4,892m) Puncak Jaya (highest island peak) 16,024 ft (4,884 m) 15,000 Oxygen comprises about 20.9% of the atmosphere Lhasa, Tibet 11,450 ft (3,490 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 10,000 ft SM 125 Geographic South Pole 9,306 ft (2,835 m) Low Clouds (Cumulus) City of Denver 5,280 ft (1,609 m) 5,000 ft Burj Khalifa world's tallest building 2,717 ft (828 m) CN Tower Empire State Building 1,000 Time needed to boil an egg 3M 37s Great Pyramid of Giza Statue of Liberty Deepwater Horizon offshore oil rig Saturn V Rocket ft PRESSURE 1.0 ATM SEA LEVEL * Recreational diver EPIPELAGIC SUNLIGHT AND PHOTOSYNTH PRESSURE OI10 ATM Continental Shelf * Breath-hold dive record 1.000 • Scuba diving record MESOPELAGIC FISH 50 ATM Atmospheric Diving Suit MESOPELAGIC TWILIGHT ZONE Because there is insufficient sunlight for photosynthesis, life here subsists on bacteria and scraps of dead plants and animals TEMP Deep Sea Giant Isopod I 39. 4 c Sunlight penetration to about 3,000 ft (900 m) Soviet Mie-Ciiss Huear Su tdepest n PRESSURE 100 ATM Oceans Cover 71% of Earth's surface support 50% of Earth's species OIL 5,000 ft BLOWOUT PREVENTER PRESSURE 150 ATM Depth of Grand Canyon "Deep Sea" is below 5,900 ft depth (1,800 m) BATHYPELAGIC MIDNIGHT ZONE No sunlight at all Sharks are common down to 7,000 ft Colossal Squid TEMP 39, 4 c Sperm Whale (deepest diving mammal) 10,000 ft PRESSURE Average Ocean Floor Depth O 355 ATM 12,080.7 ft (3,682.2 m) Wreck of RMS Titanic 12,460 ft (3,798 m) Fangtooths are among the deepest fish 15,000 ft Water from hydrothermal vents can be up to 750° F (400* C) PRESSURE S00 ATM Depth drilled by Deepwater Horizon oil rig before explosion 20,000 ft 25,000 ft PRESSURE O150 ATM Puerto Rico Trench Deepest point in Atlantic Ocean 28,232 ft (8,605 m) 30,000 ft 35,000 ft Mariana Trench Deepest recorded ocean depth 35,814 ft (10,916 m) 1,100 ATM Deepest Dive (1960) by humans in a submersible http://www.noaa.gov/ http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/BlueMarble/BlueMarble_monthlies.php http://www.altitude.org/boil_egg.php http://www.calculatoredge.com/enggcalc/pressure.htm PHOTOS: NASA, NOAA from Flickr:: divemasterking2000, coda kr: Joshua Davis, Graphic by Karl Tate OurAmazing planet HADOPELAGIC HADES" ZONE - DEEP TRENCHES ABYSSOPELAGIC LOWER MIDNIGHT ZONE OIL WELL OIL RISER OUR AMAZING PLANET: TOP TO BOTTOM Land/Sea Explore Earth's surface from peaks to mysterious depths 36,000| 35,500 35,000 ft ALTITUDE SCROLL DOWN 34,000 the color of the ocean surface indicates the concentration of chlorophyll in the water, green being highest. 33,000 + Airliner typical cruising altitude - Highest flying bird (Ruppell's Vulture) 30,000 ft Mount Everest 29,029 ft (8,848 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 18м 33 K2 28,251 ft (8,611 m) Himalayan Mountains as seen from the International Space Station PRESSURE 0.33 ATM Air pressure measured i "atmospheres," sea level is equal to 1 atmosphere Death Zone above 26,000 ft, air contains insufficient oxygen to support human life 25 000 ft High Clouds (Cirus) Aconcagua (South America) 22,841 ft (6,962 m) Mount McKinley (North America) 20,320 ft (6,193.5 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 20,000 ft 8M 30s Kilimanjaro (Africa) 19,334 ft (5,893 m) Mount Elbrus (Europe) 18,510 ft (5,642 m) PRESSURE 0.5 ATM Vinson Massif (Antarctica) 16,050 ft (4,892m) Puncak Jaya (highest island peak) 16,024 ft (4,884 m) 15,000 Oxygen comprises about 20.9% of the atmosphere Lhasa, Tibet 11,450 ft (3,490 m) Time needed to boil an egg: 10,000 ft SM 125 Geographic South Pole 9,306 ft (2,835 m) Low Clouds (Cumulus) City of Denver 5,280 ft (1,609 m) 5,000 ft Burj Khalifa world's tallest building 2,717 ft (828 m) CN Tower Empire State Building 1,000 Time needed to boil an egg 3M 37s Great Pyramid of Giza Statue of Liberty Deepwater Horizon offshore oil rig Saturn V Rocket ft PRESSURE 1.0 ATM SEA LEVEL * Recreational diver EPIPELAGIC SUNLIGHT AND PHOTOSYNTH PRESSURE OI10 ATM Continental Shelf * Breath-hold dive record 1.000 • Scuba diving record MESOPELAGIC FISH 50 ATM Atmospheric Diving Suit MESOPELAGIC TWILIGHT ZONE Because there is insufficient sunlight for photosynthesis, life here subsists on bacteria and scraps of dead plants and animals TEMP Deep Sea Giant Isopod I 39. 4 c Sunlight penetration to about 3,000 ft (900 m) Soviet Mie-Ciiss Huear Su tdepest n PRESSURE 100 ATM Oceans Cover 71% of Earth's surface support 50% of Earth's species OIL 5,000 ft BLOWOUT PREVENTER PRESSURE 150 ATM Depth of Grand Canyon "Deep Sea" is below 5,900 ft depth (1,800 m) BATHYPELAGIC MIDNIGHT ZONE No sunlight at all Sharks are common down to 7,000 ft Colossal Squid TEMP 39, 4 c Sperm Whale (deepest diving mammal) 10,000 ft PRESSURE Average Ocean Floor Depth O 355 ATM 12,080.7 ft (3,682.2 m) Wreck of RMS Titanic 12,460 ft (3,798 m) Fangtooths are among the deepest fish 15,000 ft Water from hydrothermal vents can be up to 750° F (400* C) PRESSURE S00 ATM Depth drilled by Deepwater Horizon oil rig before explosion 20,000 ft 25,000 ft PRESSURE O150 ATM Puerto Rico Trench Deepest point in Atlantic Ocean 28,232 ft (8,605 m) 30,000 ft 35,000 ft Mariana Trench Deepest recorded ocean depth 35,814 ft (10,916 m) 1,100 ATM Deepest Dive (1960) by humans in a submersible http://www.noaa.gov/ http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/BlueMarble/BlueMarble_monthlies.php http://www.altitude.org/boil_egg.php http://www.calculatoredge.com/enggcalc/pressure.htm PHOTOS: NASA, NOAA from Flickr:: divemasterking2000, coda kr: Joshua Davis, Graphic by Karl Tate OurAmazing planet HADOPELAGIC HADES" ZONE - DEEP TRENCHES ABYSSOPELAGIC LOWER MIDNIGHT ZONE OIL WELL OIL RISER

Tallest Mountain to Deepest Ocean Trench

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Designed by Karl Tate, Our Amazing Planet: Top to Bottom is a cool infographic that looks at the scale of things from the upper atmosphere to the deepest ocean depths. The infographic is HUGE (14,677 ...

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