The observable universe is 93 billion light years across. But how big is that really?

For comparison, Minute Physics says to imagine this 1920×1080 YouTube  video had just one white pixel among all black ones. Then string those pixels side by side and squeeze them into the size of one pixel. And then do that again. And again.

That tiny dot that’s left after all the squeezing and compressing? Yea, that’ us compared to, not the rest of the universe, but just one tenth of the observable universe. 

Chilling.