Its a prolate spheroid
The shape of a rugby ball.
You use a rugby ball to play rugby. It is shaped like an egg.
Haumea is ellipsoid in shape. In this way it is not unlike a rugby ball or an American football.
An American football is the same shape as a rugby ball. A football is slightly smaller and is more pointed whereas a rugby ball is rounder in overall shape. A football skin is rougher to make it easier to be carried and can be leather whereas a rugby ball is slightly smother for aerodynamics (kicking and passing ) of a synthetic rummer outer panelled skin and a silicone bladder which is inflated to give the ball its shape. The size, weight and construction materials of a rugby ball is very closely monitored by the NRL and IRB Boards.
James Harrison 1879-1946
The ball and its now famous shape came in to being around 1820 In Rugby Warwickshire England. The ball at the time was round(ish) made of leather and pigs bladder. The ball shape became its torpedo like form in the 1870 due to the fact that it would fly better through the air when passed its shape continued to form until you have todays shape. It was the Gilbert Brothers who first supplied that Ball to Rugby School England
Oval. A Gilbert football for Rugby Union, a Steeden Football for Rugby League and a Sherrin for Australian Rules Football (AFL).
Early rugby balls were sewn from pigs' bladders covered with leather which is why they had an oval shape. They are now made from synthetic materials, and the original oval or sphere shape was the shape of choice.
It was the size of the rugby ball. It was in the same form and shape also.
Yes a horses stomach is roughly the size of a rugby ball, it can hold up to 4 gallons of feed.
A rugby ball
The football was round at first like an ball, but i don't know how it became the shape it is today! The ball used in American football was modeled after the rugby ball. Rugby originally used a round ball, but it gradually flattened out into an egg shape, which allowed for easier handling and carrying. The rugby ball was at this stage of development when American football came along. The modern rugby ball is still a little fatter than the modern football and more rounded at the ends to allow for good bounces on dropkicks. After the forward pass was legalized, the American ball gradually became skinnier and pointier at the ends. These design changes made the ball more aerodynamic and easier for the thrower to handle.