How many Helveticas does it take to get to the moon?

Bei einer in 100pt gesetzten Helveticas bräuchte man 2.826.206.643,42 Stück davon, um auf dem Mond zu landen. Now you know. (via Coudal)

[update] Jason Kottke hat ausgerechnet, wie groß ein Helvetica sein müsste, damit es bis zum Mond reicht: „But let's say you wanted to stretch one "helvetica" over the same what point size would you need to set it? The answer is 282.6 billion points. At that size, the "h" would be 44,600 miles tall, roughly 5.6 times as tall as the Earth.“