So my question is, can you embed bigger well-ordered sets in the long line? For those who don't know, the long line can be constructed by taking the minimal uncountable well-ordered set (i.e. omega_1) and taking its Cartesian product with [0,1) under the dictionary order. So obviously omega_1 itself is emebeddable in the long line, just by taking the left endpoints of all the intervals [0,1). But can you embed bigger uncountable ordinals, and if so how big? I'm guessing that you may be able to embed all well-ordered sets with cardinality less than or equal to aleph_1, the cardinality of the set of countable ordinals.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You in Advance.