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Originally Posted by wblipp
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The number of prime numbers less than "x" is approximately x/ln(x). You might find it interesting to see how much storage space would be required for the primes up to 512 bits  or just the 511 and 512 bit ones.
It will be a very large number. More than can be stored in the universe if you turn all the mass in then universe into extremely efficient storage units.
William

In principle it could be stored in a single hydrogen atom.
Think about it before I reveal the answer.
Paul