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What is the closest planet to Earth, and how far away is it?
The closest planet to Earth is Mars, and Mars is 54.6 million km away.
What makes up Earth's atmosphere?
The atmosphere is made up of 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 0.9% argon, 0.03% carbon dioxide and water vapor. It also contains dust particles, pollen, plant grains and other solid particles. The temperature can get up to 1,500'C at this altitude.
What makes up Earth's surface?
What is the distance between Earth and the Sun?
The distance between Earth and the Sun is 149.6 million km.
What is Earth's orbital period?
The orbital period is 365 days.
What is Earth's rotational period?
Earth's rotational period is 24hr/1 day.
Does this planet have any moons and/or rings, if so what are their names?
Yes, the Earth has a moon and it is called the moon.
What is Earth's mass?
Earth's mass is 5.972 X 10^24 kg.
What planet number is Earth?
by Neesha and Jasleen
Earth is the 3rd planet away from the Sun.
Earth's surface is made up of 70% water and the remaining 30% is made up of the 7 continental masses. Earth's surface is made up of rock, hard crust and mountain ranges formed by tectonic plates.
What myths and/or legends are there about Earth?
The Earth is flat
Gaea/Mother Earth created the universe (Greek legend)
Have any space missions visited Earth?
Since we live on Earth, there is no need to visit.
Name of company: "Starry Night"
Recommended websites
1) https://www.space.com/17683-earth-atmosphere.html
2) https://www.windows2universe.org/earth/Interior_Structure/surface.html
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