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There are two ways to go about this. One, how small would the Earth become if it were squeezed to the absolute smallest possible radius. In other words, packing all of the subatomic particles with no space between them?

The other way is this...if I have a sphere of nuclear material squeezed to the point that it can't be squeezed any more and it is one inch in diameter, and I "rehydrated" it to it's normal size how big of a sphere would I have? If it matters, let's say the material is iron.

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