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It's about one-fifty-thousandth as big as The Houston Astrodome
In other words, the size of The Houston Astrodome is 48,000 times 872.80 cubic feet.
(a.k.a. Reliant Astrodome, a.k.a. Astrodome, a.k.a. Harris County Domed Stadium) (Houston, Texas)
The Reliant Astrodome measures 42,000,000 cubic feet in total volume. Until its renovation in 1988, Roy "The Judge" Hofheinz, the franchise owner of the Houston Colt .45s (later the Houston Astros) and one of the Astrodome's developers, had a private 966 sq. m (10,400 sq. ft) apartment in the facility.
It's about one-three-thousand-five-hundredth as big as Royal Albert Hall
In other words, 872.80 cubic feet is 0.0002852 times the size of Royal Albert Hall, and the size of Royal Albert Hall is 3,506 times that amount.
(a.k.a. Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences) (Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom) (total auditorium volume)
Royal Albert Hall measures 3,060,000 cubic feet in total auditorium volume. One of the centerpieces of the Hall is the Grand Organ — the second-largest organ in the United Kingdom, with 10,268 speaking pipes reaching up to 9.8 m (32 ft) in height.
It's about one-two-thousand-five-hundredth as big as Spaceship Earth (EPCOT Center)
In other words, the size of Spaceship Earth (EPCOT Center) is 2,500 times 872.80 cubic feet.
(a.k.a. EPCOT Center) (Walt Disney World Resort, Lake Buena Vista and Bay Lake, Florida) (total structure volume)
Spaceship Earth, the iconic structure at the heart of Walt Disney World Resort's Epcot (formerly EPCOT Center), has a total volume of 2,200,000 cubic feet. The outer structure of the sphere features a gutter system that channels all rainwater into nearby World Showcase Lagoon instead of simply falling off the surface of the sphere.
It's about one-one-thousand-five-hundredth as big as The Capitol Rotunda (US)
In other words, the size of The Capitol Rotunda (US) is 1,500 times 872.80 cubic feet.
(formally United States Capitol rotunda) (Washington, D. C.) (total chamber volume)
The Capitol rotunda measures 1,300,000 cubic feet in total volume. Beneath the Capitol lies a crypt that was built to hold the remains of President George Washington, but according to his wishes, Washington was entered at his family home and the crypt remains empty.
It's about one-one-thousandth as big as The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool
In other words, 872.80 cubic feet is 0.000965 times the size of The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, and the size of The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool is 1,040 times that amount.
(Washington, D.C.)
The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool holds approximately 901,000 cubic feet of water. The Pool has a sloping bottom and extends to 80 cm (30 in) deep in its center.
It's about one-two-hundred-fiftieth as big as The Goodyear Blimp
In other words, 872.80 cubic feet is 0.00431 times the size of The Goodyear Blimp, and the size of The Goodyear Blimp is 232 times that amount.
(for GZ-20A)
The Goodyear GZ-20 model Blimp measures 203,000 cubic feet in total volume. A December, 1929 college football game between the University of Florida Gators and the University of Oregon Webfoots (later the University of Oregon Ducks) began with the blimp dropping a parachute-equipped ball from a height of 61 m (200 ft) to the field below.
It's about one-one-hundredth as big as an Olympic Swimming Pool
In other words, 872.80 cubic feet is 0.0099 times the size of an Olympic Swimming Pool, and the size of an Olympic Swimming Pool is 100 times that amount.
(FINA regulation; (minimum capacity)
According to the Fédération Internationale de Natation (FINA), a swimming pool for Olympic and world championship events must measure 50 m by 25 m with a depth of at least 2 m for a total volume of 88,000 cubic feet. A pool of this size was to be used in Olympic time trials in New Jersey in early 2008, but its component pieces were stolen from a warehouse, likely to be sold for scrap metal.