Today is exactly one year since a massive earthquake and tsunami, the most powerful on record, devastated Japan -- a deeply solemn anniversary commemorated with memorial services throughout the country.
Here are some raw figures to put the scale of that historic disaster into perspective.
19,000: total number of casualties
128,582: number of buildings completely leveled
243,914: number of buildings partially destroyed
3,155: number still listed as missing
9.0: earthquake magnitude
401: number of confirmed aftershocks
1,200: number of years since an earthquake that strong last hit the region
65: maximum tsunami wave height, in feet
325,000: number of Japanese still homeless
2: number of Japan's 54 nuclear reactors still running
.7: percent Japan's gross domestic product has shrunk
210,000,000,000: Current financial losses due to the quake and tsunami, in U.S. dollars
309,000,000,000: Projected total losses, in U.S. dollars
1.9: Radiation dose at the boundary of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station on March 16, in millisieverts (mSv)
400: Peak radiation dose measured inside Fukushima Daiichi on March 15, in mSv per hour
50: Maximum allowable exposure for U.S. radiation workers, in mSv per year
Pictured: Japanese Emperor Akihito, left, and Empress Michiko, bow during the national memorial service for the victims of the March 11, 2011, earthquake and tsunami in Tokyo.
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