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To help compare different orders of magnitude this page lists lengths between 10 and 100 kilometres (104 to 105 metres).

Distances shorter than 10 kilometres

Conversions

10 kilometres is equal to:

Sports



Human-defined scales and structures



Natural lengths on Earth



Astronomical

  • 10 km — diameter of the most massive neutron stars (3 – 5 solar masses)
  • 13 km — mean diameter of Deimos, the smaller moon of Mars
  • 20 km — diameter of the least massive neutron stars (1.44 solar masses)
  • 20 km — diameter of Leda, one of Jupiter's moons
  • 20 km — diameter of Pan, one of Saturn's moons
  • 22 km — diameter of Phobos, the larger moon of Mars
  • 27 km — height of Olympus Monsmarker above the Mars reference level, the highest known mountain of the solar system
  • 43 km — diameter difference of Earth's equatorial bulge
  • 66 km — diameter of Naiad, the innermost of Neptune's moons


Distances longer than 100 kilometres

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