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How big is 1,530,000,000,000 square inches?

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It's about as big as Badlands National Park.
(Jackson, Pennington, and Shannon Counties, South Dakota, near Rapid City, South Dakota)
Famous for its buttes, pinnacles, spires and grass prairies, the Badlands National Park occupies 1,530,000,000,000 square inches, of which 64,144 acres is a designated Wilderness Area. The site is renown for its large caches of fossils from large North American mammals dating back the Oligocene epoch - about 33 million years ago.
It's about one-and-one-tenth times as big as Indianapolis.
In other words, 1,530,000,000,000 square inches is 1.054 times the size of Indianapolis, and the size of Indianapolis is 0.94880 times that amount.
(Indiana) (Metropolitan Statistical Area)
The capital of and largest city in Indiana as of 2009, Indianapolis measures 1,451,000,000,000 square inches in total area. The city is known for its sports tourism, including the Indianapolis 500 and Brickyard 400 auto races, and the Men's and Women's NCAA basketball tournaments.
It's about nine-tenths as big as San Antonio.
In other words, 1,530,000,000,000 square inches is 0.93470 times the size of San Antonio, and the size of San Antonio is 1.07 times that amount.
(Texas)
The second-largest city in Texas and the seventh-largest in the United States as of 2009, San Antonio measures 1,637,000,000,000 square inches in total area. The city is known for its tourist attractions, including the Alamo Mission and the annual San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo.
It's about one-and-one-tenth times as big as Dallas.
In other words, 1,530,000,000,000 square inches is 1.1130 times the size of Dallas, and the size of Dallas is 0.89850 times that amount.
(Texas)
The third-largest city in Texas and the ninth-largest in the United States as of 2009, Dallas measures 1,375,000,000,000 square inches in total area. The city is known as a strong industrial, commerce, and banking center, and as an "inland port," due to its metropolitan airport, Dallas-Fort Worth International.
It's about one-and-one-fifth times as big as San Diego.
In other words, 1,530,000,000,000 square inches is 1.1750 times the size of San Diego, and the size of San Diego is 0.85110 times that amount.
(California)
The second-largest city in California and the eleventh-largest in the United States as of 2009, San Diego measures 1,302,000,000,000 square inches in total area. The city is known for its defense manufacturing and biotechnology industries.
It's about four-fifths as big as Los Angeles.
In other words, 1,530,000,000,000 square inches is 0.81240 times the size of Los Angeles, and the size of Los Angeles is 1.2310 times that amount.
(a.k.a. LA, a.k.a. City of Angels) (California)
The largest city in California and the sixth-largest city in the United States, Los Angeles measures 1,883,000,000,000 square inches in total area. The city is known as the "Entertainment Capital of the World" for its contributions to media, entertainment, and culture.
It's about four-fifths as big as Phoenix.
In other words, 1,530,000,000,000 square inches is 0.8030 times the size of Phoenix, and the size of Phoenix is 1.250 times that amount.
(Arizona)
The capital of and largest city in Arizona and fifth-largest city in the United States as of 2009, Phoenix measures 1,910,000,000,000 square inches in total area. The city is known as an economic and cultural center of the American Southwest.