World (Earth)

The earth is a tad wider 41 km than it is tall, giving it a slight bulge at the equator. This shape is known as an ellipsoid or more properly, geoid (earth-like)

Discovery : Date of Discovery : Unknown, Discovered By : Known by the Ancients

Orbit Size
Around Sun : 149,598,262 km, Scientific Notation: 1.4959826 x 108 km, Astronomical Units: 1.000 A.U.

Mean Orbit Velocity : 107,218 km/h, Scientific Notation: 2.9783 x 104 m/s

Orbit Eccentricity : 0.01671123

Equatorial Inclination : 23.4393 degrees

Equatorial Radius : 6,371.00 km, Scientific Notation: 6.3710 x 103 km

Equatorial Circumference : 40,030.2 km, Scientific Notation: 4.00302 x 104 km

Volume : 1,083,206,916,846 km3, Scientific Notation: 1.08321 x 1012 km3

Mass
5,972,190,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg, Scientific Notation: 5.9722 x 1024 kg

Density : 5.513 g/cm3

Surface Area : 510,064,472 km2, Scientific Notation: 5.1006 x 108 km2

Surface Gravity : 9.80665 m/s2

Escape Velocity : 40,284 km/h, Scientific Notation: 1.119 x 104 m/s

Sidereal Rotation Period
0.99726968 Earth Days, 23.934 Hours

Surface Temperature : -88/58 (min/max) °C, Scientific Notation: 185/331 (min/max) K

Atmospheric Constituents : Nitrogen, Oxygen; Scientific Notation: N2, O2; By Comparison: N2 is 80% of Earth's air and is a crucial element in DNA.

What is the diameter of the earth? : The diameter of the earth at the equator is 12,756.32 kilometers. If you measure the earth through the poles the diameter is a bit shorter 12,715.43 km.

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