:: EARTH ::

 
Metric
Scientific Notation
By Comparison
Discovered By Known by the Ancients
Date of Discovery Unknown
Average Distance from the Sun 49,597,890 km 1.4959789 x 108 km (1.000 A.U.)  
Perihelion (closest) 147,100,000 km 1.471 x 108 km (0.983 A.U.)  
Aphelion (farthest) 152,100,000 km 1.521 x 108 km (1.017 A.U.)  
Equatorial Radius 6,378.14 km 6.37814 x 103 km  
Equatorial Circumference 40,075 km 4.0075 x 104 km  
Volume 1,083,200,000,000 km3 1.0832 x 1012 km3  
Mass 5,973,700,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg 5.9737 x 1024 kg  
Density 5.515 g/cm3    
Surface Area 510,065,700 km2 5.100657 x 108 km2  
Equatorial Surface Gravity 9.766 m/s2    
Escape Velocity 40,248 km/h 11,180 m/s  
Sidereal Rotation Period
(Length of Day)
0.99726968 Earth days 23.934 hours    
Sidereal Orbit Period
(Length of Year)
1.0000174 Earth years 365.24 Earth days    
Mean Orbit Velocity 107,229 km/h 29,785.9 m/s  
Orbital Eccentricity 0.01671022  
Orbital Inclination to Ecliptic 0.00005 degrees  
Equatorial Inclination to Orbit 23.45 degrees  
Orbital Circumference 924,375,700 km 9.243757 x 108 km  
Minimum/Maximum Surface Temperature -88/58 C 185/331 K  
Atmospheric Constituents Nitrogen, Oxygen N2, O2 N2 is 80% of Earth's air and is a crucial element in DNA.
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