Planet Properties

Distance to Sun: 92,955,820 miles

Equatorial radius: 3,963.19 miles

Equatorial circumference: 24,901 miles

Length of year(Orbit): 365.24 days

Length of day(Rotation): 23.934 hours

Axial tilt: 23.45 degrees

Number of moons: 1

Earth can be seen as a living, breathing organism: it regulates temperature, burns energy, continually renews its skin, and experiences changes to its face as it ages with time. Researchers in the the field of astrobiology have found that Earth’s current conditions are temporary and that Earth’s stable climate is an anomaly that will end in the next billion years

The Ocean floor
Under the oceans, there are the earth’s largest mountain ranges that circle the planet like the stitching on a baseball.

Traits of Earth
Strong evidence suggests that the universe began with the Big Bang about 13 billion years ago, and two thirds of its history passed before our own solar system was formed. During this time, stars evolved and died, supplementing the basic hydrogen, helium, and trace of lithium that the universe began with and providing more complex atoms such as carbon, oxygen, silicon, magnesium, and nitrogen. The way Earth was formed allows for its many unique traits that have developed and will develop during its life.

Earth's Moon
 The birth of Earth’s moon is singularly important because it stabilizes Earth’s tilt. Without the moon, Earth would still have wild changes in climate and be uninhabitable. The stabilizing tug of the moon tempers Earth, resulting in the minor tip that causes summer and winter seasons.

Moon of Earth:

The Planets


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