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How much is 0.0024 exabytes?

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It's about 600,000 times as much as an HDTV Television Show (30 Minutes).
In other words, 0.0024 exabytes is 611,000 times the amount of an HDTV Television Show (30 Minutes), and the amount of an HDTV Television Show (30 Minutes) is 0.000001640 times that amount.
(a.k.a. High Definition television, a.k.a. HD) (digital signal, QAM-256; 30 minutes)
Broadcast cable HDTV signals contain about 0.000000000002180 exabytes of data per second, or 0.000000003930 exabytes in a thirty-minute television show. The first High Definition television broadcast was news footage from John Glenn's 1998 mission on the space shuttle Discovery.
It's about 3,500,000 times as much as a Compact Disc.
In other words, 0.0024 exabytes is 3,579,000 times the amount of a Compact Disc, and the amount of a Compact Disc is 0.00000027940 times that amount.
(80-minute, 360,000 sector disc; "Red Book" specifications)
A typical, 80-minute capacity compact disc, commonly known as a 0.00000000063660 exabytes disc will actually hold 0.00000000067060 exabytes of data. Such disks are 1.2 mm (0.047 in) thick.
It's about 0.00000006 times as much as All Spoken Words in Human History (recorded).
In other words, 0.0024 exabytes is 0.0000000560 times the amount of All Spoken Words in Human History (recorded), and the amount of All Spoken Words in Human History (recorded) is 18,000,000 times that amount.
(2003 figures) (assumes 16 Khz, 16-bit mono recording)
Criticizing a 2002 estimate of 5 exabytes, linguist and University of Pennsylvania professor Mark Liberman asserted that it would actually require 43,000 exabytes to house a recording of all speech in human history, even at a relatively low level of quality. For the purposes of his calculations, Liberman estimated the total duration of such a project to include 416,390,367 years of continuous audio.
It's about 500,000,000 times as much as The Complete Works of William Shakespeare.
In other words, the amount of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare is 0.00000000200 times 0.0024 exabytes.
(ASCII, plain text)
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare would occupy about 0.00000000000480 exabytes when written in plain text without formatting. These works include 38 definitively-attributed plays — 11 tragedies, 17 comedies, and 10 tragedies — as well as 154 sonnets and numerous other poems.
It's about 900,000,000 times as much as a MP3 Song.
In other words, the amount of a MP3 Song is 0.000000001000 times 0.0024 exabytes.
(a.k.a. MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3, a.k.a. MPEG-2 Audio Layer 3) (128 Kbps, "near-CD-quality"; 3 minutes duration; average)
A three-minute song of typical quality will be about 0.00000000000300 exabytes when encoded into MP3 format. The song Tom's Diner by Suzanne Vega was used by AT&T-Bell Labs engineer Karlheinz Brandenburg to test the compression process and is considered the first MP3 song.
It's about 2,000,000,000 times as much as a Digital Photo.
In other words, 0.0024 exabytes is 1,800,000,000 times the amount of a Digital Photo, and the amount of a Digital Photo is 0.000000000560 times that amount.
(5.3 megapixels, JPEG compression, 100% quality, 24 bits/pixel)
A 5.3-megapixel digital camera photo requires about 0.00000000000140 exabytes of storage space. In 2010, it was expected that 90% of all professionally-taken photographs would be digital instead of film.
It's about 2,000,000,000 times as much as a Floppy Disk (3½-in).
In other words, 0.0024 exabytes is 1,876,500,000 times the amount of a Floppy Disk (3½-in), and the amount of a Floppy Disk (3½-in) is 0.0000000005329070 times that amount.
(high density, IBM PC format)
Despite common reference to them as "1.44" megabyte (mB) disks, the actual capacity of the most common model of a 3&-in (8.9 cm) floppy disk is 0.000000000001278980 exabytes. At the height of their use 1996, there were an estimated five billion disks in use — nearly one for each person on Earth at the time.