Earth

Earth

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Earth is an ocean planet. Our home world's abundance of water -- and life -- makes it unique in our solar system. Other planets, plus a few moons, have ice, atmospheres, seasons and even weather, but only on Earth does the whole complicated mix come together in a way that encourages life -- and lots of it. -[NASA]

Changing Data

Rises:
Sets:
Apparent Magnitude:
Illumination:
%
Size (")
Distance in light minutes:
Distance in miles:
0
Distance in AU:

Orbital Data

Rotational Period:
1.0000174
Orbital Period:
0.99726968
Perihelion:
1.471 * 108 km
Aphelion:
1.521 * 108 km
Epoch:
1998.0000
Inclination:
0.00005°
Semi-Major Axis:
1.496 * 108 km
Orbit Circumference:
9.399 * 108 km
Eccentricity:
0.01671123
Ascending Node:
0.000°
Axial Tilt:
23.4393°
Albedo:
37%
Color BV:
Color UV:
Equatorial Diameter:
1.274 * 104 km
Equatorial Circumference:
4.003 * 104 km
Surface Area:
5.101 * 108 km2
Surface Gravity:
9.806 m/s2
Surface Temperature:
-88 - 58
Mass:
5.972 * 1024 kg
Volume:
1.08321 * 1012 km3
Density:
5.513 g/cm3
Absolute Magnitude:
-3.86

Satellites (1)