Orbital Characteristics of Earth

Eigenschaften des Orbits

Perihel: 147,098,074 km, 0.9832898912 AE
Aphel: 152,097,701 km, 1.0167103335 AE
Große Halbachse: 149,597,887.5 km, 1.0000001124 AE
Exzentrizität: 0.016710219
Siderische Umlaufzeit: 365.256366 Tage
Synodische Umlaufzeit:
Mittlere Orbitalgeschwindigkeit: 29.783 km/s
Mittlere Anomalie:
Neigung der Bahnebene: 1°34'43.3"
Argument des Knotens: 348.73936°
Argument des Perihels: 114.20783°

Satelliten/Monde: 1 (Moon)

Physical Characteristics of Earth

Physikalische Eigenschaften

Äquatorradius: 6,378.1 km
Abplattung: 0.0033528
Oberfläche: 510,072,000 km2
Volumen: 1.0832073×1012 km3
Masse: 5.9736×1024 kg
Mittlere Dichte: 5.5153 g/cm3
Fallbeschleunigung: 9.780327 m/s2
Fluchtgeschwindigkeit: 11.186 km/s
Sidereal rotation period: 0.99726968 d Earth days, 23h 56m 4.100s Earth hours
Neigung der Rotationsachse: 23.439281°
Geometrische Albedo: 0.367
Mittlere Oberflächentemperaturen: 185/331 K, -88/58 °C, -126/136 °F
Scheinbare Helligkeit:

The Atmosphere of Earth

Die Atmosphäre

  • 78.08% Nitrogen (N2)
  • 20.95% Oxygen (O2)
  • 0.93% Argon
  • 0.038% Carbon dioxide (CO2)
  • ca. 1% water vapor (H2O)
  • 18.18 ppm Neon
  • 5.24 ppm Helium
  • 1.745 ppm Methane (CH4)
  • 1.14 ppm Krypton
  • 0.55 ppm Hydrogen (H2)

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