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To compare different orders of magnitude this page lists lengths between 100 metres and 1000 metres (1 kilometre).

Distances shorter than 100 metres


100 metres (sometimes termed a hectometre) is equal to:

  • 328 feet
  • one side of a 1 hectare square
  • a fifth of a modern li, a Chinese unit of measurement
  • the approximate distance travelled by light in 300 nanoseconds.

Human-defined scales and structures




Distances longer than 1 kilometre


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