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It's about thirty times the number of Beatles Songs.
In other words, 9,000 is 29.1 times the count of Beatles Songs, and the count of Beatles Songs is 0.0344 times that amount.
(a.k.a. The Beatles) (1958 thru 1996)
It's about thirty times the number of Vertebrae in a Snake's Body.
In other words, the count of Vertebrae in a Snake's Body is 0.03 times 9,000.
(Serpentes) (Approximate)
It's about thirty times the number of Professional Baseball Teams in the United States.
In other words, 9,000 is 32.6 times the count of Professional Baseball Teams in the United States, and the count of Professional Baseball Teams in the United States is 0.0307 times that amount.
(2016 figures) (includes Major, Minor, and Independent Leagues)
It's about thirty times the number of Words in the Gettysburg Address.
In other words, 9,000 is 33.1 times the count of Words in the Gettysburg Address, and the count of Words in the Gettysburg Address is 0.0302 times that amount.
(Bliss text)
It's about 45 times the number of Bones in the Human Body.
In other words, 9,000 is 43.7 times the count of Bones in the Human Body, and the count of Bones in the Human Body is 0.0229 times that amount.
(adult, excluding sesamoid bones and ossicles)
It's about 50 times the number of John Wayne films.
In other words, 9,000 is 50.6 times the count of John Wayne films, and the count of John Wayne films is 0.0198 times that amount.
(a.k.a. "Duke", a.k.a. JW, a.k.a. Marion Mitchell Morrison, a.k.a. Marion Robert Morrison, a.k.a. Duke Morrison) (films starring the actor in any size role)
It's about 60 times the number of Moons in our Solar System.
In other words, 9,000 is 61.6 times the count of Moons in our Solar System, and the count of Moons in our Solar System is 0.0162 times that amount.
(2015 figures) (confirmed moons only; dwarf planet satellites not included)
Astronomers and other scientists have confirmed the presence of 146 moons orbiting the major planets of our Solar System. About one third of those moons — 53 — are in orbit around the planet Saturn