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Steven Universe - To the Moon and Back

Published by TTGL in the blog TTGL's blog. Views: 29

7:41, Steven starts crying, and realises his tears aren't his own, and Blue is revealed to be there.
13:24, Lapis arrives above Blue.

Lapis also says she's here to help fight the Diamonds, as if she's going to be punished like a Crystal Gem, she may as well be one.
Earlier in the day we see Lapis on the Moon, and the distance from the Earth to the Moon is 384,400km.

This shouldn't be too hard. First, let's get a timeframe.

The timeframe is 368 seconds.

T = 384,400km/368s
= 1044565.22/340.29
= Mach 3069.63243116

Next for the KE, for which we'll have to figure out her mass. In a previous blog, I calced Garnet at 2.14968787m tall.

350 pixels = 2.14968787m
1 pixel = 2.14968787m/350 = 0.00614196534m
0.00614196534m X 275 = 1.68904047m
0.00614196534m X 278 = 1.70746636m

A woman who's 1.70m tall would weigh between 63kg and 70kg. Let's just go with the low end for now.

KE = (0.5)mv^2
= (0.5) X 63 X 1044565.22^2
= 3.437017e+13 joules
= 8.2146677820267691 kilotons

Impressive stuff. She also drags the barn and the ground underneath it at these speeds.

584 pixels = 1.70746636m
1 pixel = 1.70746636m/584 = 0.00292374377m
0.00292374377m X 875 = 2.5582758m

91 pixels = 2.5582758m
1 pixel = 2.5582758m/91 = 0.0281129209m
0.0281129209m X 774 = 21.7594008m
21.7594008m/2 = 10.8797004m
0.0281129209m X 228 = 6.40974597m

Volume as a spherical cap, which using this calculator, we find to have a volume of 1128.49040m^3. Loose soil weighs around 1200kg/m^3.

M = 1128.49040m X 1200
= 1354188.48kg

Now, kinetic energy!

KE = (0.5)mv^2
= (0.5) X 1354188.48 X 1044565.22^2
= 7.387887e+17 joules
= 176.57473709369025983 megatons

Just to prove how impressive this is, let's go for an absolute low end of 12 hours (or 43200 seconds).

T = 384,400km/43200s
= 8898.14815/340.29
= Mach 26.14872065

KE = (0.5)mv^2
= (0.5) X 63 X 8898.14815^2
= 2494076775.73 joules
= 0.5960986557672084 tons of TNT

KE = (0.5)mv^2
= (0.5) X 1354188.48 X 8898.14815^2
= 5.3610318e+13 joules
= 12.813173518164437 kilotons

Final Results
Lapis flies to Earth from the Moon (low end) = Mach 26.149
Lapis's KE (low end) = 0.5960986557672084 tons of TNT
Lapis carries barn (low end) = 12.813 kilotons
Lapis flies to Earth from the Moon (high end) = Mach 3069.632
Lapis's KE (high end) = 8.215 kilotons
Lapis carries barn (high end) = 176.575 megatons

Lapis is magnitudes stronger and faster even by the high ends, but still impressive.
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