# 1 E+30 m³

To help compare different orders of magnitudes this page lists volumes between one thousand cubic gigametres and ten thousand cubic terametres ($10^{30}$ to $10^{40}$ cubic metres). See also volumes or capacities of other orders of magnitude.

• 3.4 * 1032 m³ = volume of Rigel the brightest star in Orion[3]

## 1 E+36 m³ and larger

• 3.9×1038 m³ = 390 undecillion m³ = volume of a sphere which would enclose the orbit of Neptune

## 1 E+39 m³ and larger

• 6×1039 m³ = possible volume of the Heliosphere inside the Termination shock

## Notes

1. ^ Kaler, Jim, Alcyone, retrieved 2008-11-18: "radius nearly 10 solar"
2. ^ Mozurkewich, David; Armstrong, J. Thomas; Hindsley, Robert B.; Quirrenbach, Andreas; Hummel, Christian A.; Hutter, Donald J.; Johnston, Kenneth J.; Hajian, Arsen R.; Elias II, Nicholas M.; Buscher, David F.; and Simon, Richard S.; Angular diameters of stars from the Mark III optical interferometer, Astronomical Journal, 126, 2502-2520 (2003)
3. ^ Its radius is 70 times the Sun's
4. ^ Its radius is 113 times the Sun's
5. ^ Its radius is estimated to be 200 to 300 times the Sun's
6. ^ Its radius is estimated to be 200 to 300 times the Sun's
7. ^ VizeR page for Antares, retrieved 2009-11-18: "5.1e+02 solRad"
8. ^ VizeR page for S Orionis, retrieved 2009-11-18: "5.3e+02 solRad"
9. ^ Humphreys, Roberta M.; VY Canis Majoris: The Astrophysical Basis of its Luminosity, arxiv.org, 13 October 2006, page 3, retrieved 2009-11-18: "1800 to 2100 R⊙"