How Big Is That Spaceship?

Space vehicles come in all shapes and sizes, both in real life and in the realm of Science Fiction. Wouldn't it be cool you if you had like a big chart where you can see all the craft together on the same scale? Thanks to DeviantArt member DirkLoechel, you now have just that. The artist put together a pretty astonishing project that has to be seen to be appreciated (a very small snippet is shown below). 

Here are a few notes from the FAQ:

Q: Is it okay for me to download and print the poster?
A: Of course! I may never be making money off it and sell it via DevArt's poster-print service, but that doesn't mean this may not be printed by you (and since you cut out the middle man - me - it's even cheaper for you than if I sold it to you!).

Q: Why isn't the Death Star/CSO Carrier/V'Ger/other large ship on the chart?
A: For reasons of image quality and chart organisation, only ships between a minimum of 100 meters and 24000 meters are applicable for this chart, sorry. Arbitrary? Yes! But I had to draw the line somewhere.

Q: And where's TARDIS?
A: It's both too large and too small for the chart.


The whole behemoth is here. 

 

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