The government shutdown is over, but the financial damage caused during the 16-day standoff in Congress remains.
Economists at Standard & Poor's estimate the total cost of the shutdown to be about $24 billion.
Take a look at nine things that cost less than the latest government shutdown, as compiled by NBC News.
9. IBM's third-quarter revenues. IBM recently reported third-quarter revenues of $23.7 billion.
8. The American Red Cross's total yearly operating expenses... multiplied by seven. The American Red Cross posted total operating expenses of $3.3 billion for FY2012, according to the relief organization's chief financial officer.
7. The revenues from two and a half NFL seasons. Revenues for the National Football League this year will be just over $9 billion, according to Forbes.
6. The Yankees payroll, 100 times over. The total team payroll for the New York Yankees is somewhere north of $236 million.
5. The annual GDP for El Salvador. The Central American nation's gross domestic product was $23.86 billion in 2012, according to the World Bank.
4. 83 Boeing Dreamliner planes. The three different sizes of Dreamliner jets range in price from $211.8 million to $288.7 million, according to Boeing.
3. NASA's budget. The budget for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration for FY 2014, which started on Oct. 1, 2013, is $17.7 billion.
2. Running the International Space Station for just under 8 years. The space station that serves as a research lab for astronauts cost an estimated $3 billion to operate in FY 2013, according to NASA.
1. 6,315 Super Bowl ads. CBS sold its ad inventory for Super Bowl XLVII at prices between $3.7 million and $3.8 million, according to Ad Age.
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