# The Umbrella Academy (TV show) - The Apocalypse Suite

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Vanya's power rips apart the moon, draggin huge meteors to Earth, killing everyone. The diameter of the Moon is 3474.8km, or 3474800m.

379 pixels = 3474800m
1 pixel = 3474800m/379 = 9168.33773m
9168.33773m X 73 = 669288.654m
669288.654m/2 = 334644.327m
9168.33773m X 60 = 550100.264m
550100.264m/2 = 275050.132m

520 pixels = 550100.264m (550.100264km)
1 pixel = 550100.264m/520 = 1057.88512m
1057.88512m X 347 = 367086.137m
1057.88512m X 288 = 304670.915m
304670.915m/2 = 152335.457m
1057.88512m X 111 = 117425.248m
117425.248m/2 = 58712.624m
1057.88512m X 282 = 298323.604m
298323.604m/2 = 149161.802m

Calculating the main volume as a conical frustrum, calculating the outsticking bit as an ellipsoid.

V = (1/3)π(r^2+rR+R^2)h
= (1/3) X π X (152335.457^2 + 152335.457 X 275050.132 + 275050.132^2) X 367086.137
= 5.41092356e16m^3

V = 4/3πabc
= 4/3 X π X 58712.624 X 58712.624 X 149161.802
= 2.15381904e15m^3

V = 5.41092356e16 + 2.15381904e15
= 5.62630546e16m^3

The mean density of the Moon is 3344kg/m^3.

M = 5.62630546e16 X 3344
= 1.88143655e20kg

Now for the speed at which the meteor was thrown.
Spoiler:

Timeframe is 2.06 seconds. Keep in mind too there's a margin of the above video, which is feint but visible.

= 2*atan(245/(598/tan(70/2)))
= 0.383473476 rad
= 21.9714117300657676 degrees

Enter those values through the angscaler and the distance to the Moon is 8950.1km.

= 2*atan(208/(598/tan(70/2)))
= 0.326673796 rad
= 18.7170297883640657 degrees

That's a distance of 1668.9km. Now we can find the distance the chunk of Moon travelled in that timeframe.

D = 8950.1km - 1668.9km
= 7281.2km

T = 7281.2km/2.06s
= 3534563.11/340.29
= Mach 10386.9144

Last but not least, our energy.

KE = (0.5)mv^2
= (0.5) X 1.88143655e20 X 3534563.11^2
= 1.17525217e33 joules
= 280.89201003824092595 zettatons

Final Results
Meteor breaks away from the Moon (speed) = Mach 10386.914
Meteor breaks away from the Moon (energy) = 280.892 zettatons
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