unit:PlanckPower

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The Planck energy divided by the Planck time is the Planck power $$P_p$$, equal to about $$3.62831 \times 10^{52} W$$. This is an extremely large unit; even gamma-ray bursts, the most luminous phenomena known, have output on the order of $$1 \times 10^{45} W$$, less than one ten-millionth of the Planck power.

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$$P_p = {\frac{ c^5}{G}}$$, where $$c$$ is the speed of light in a vacuum, and $$G$$ is the gravitational constant.
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The Planck energy divided by the Planck time is the Planck power $$P_p$$, equal to about $$3.62831 \times 10^{52} W$$. This is an extremely large unit; even gamma-ray bursts, the most luminous phenomena known, have output on the order of $$1 \times 10^{45} W$$, less than one ten-millionth of the Planck power.
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