About 67,000 mph.
It moves at 700 to 900 mph
530 miles per second duh
I read somewhere else that the correct answer is in the range of .5% the speed of light but to get a sense of what's going on, check out this brief vid:
The earth travels around the sun in an elliptical orbit. I'm pretty sure that its average distance from the center of the solar system is about 93 million miles? If that is true, the earth would travel about 584 miles on its journey around the sun. That is about 1.6 million miles per day, or 67 thousand miles per hour. This is a very rough estimate, but it's pretty fast anyway!
Really really really fast. Simple.
Well we know that the earth take about 25 hours to go ones around the sun. So the father away the planet is the longer it takes for the planet to move once around the sun.
The Earth moves around the sun at 18.55 mph or 66780 mph.
The Earth orbits the Sun at 30 KM per second.
When you can snatch the pebble from my hand, the answer will be given. But most importantly, if it all started from a big bang, which occured from an incredibly small speck of an atom, then we must ask the questions we have all along. Why? How? Where are we going? Who wrote the formula? Is there an impartial set of laws that govern it all? How come we continue to be so dumb? When will we begin to learn from our foolish ways? If we know all that we know why are people still killing? Surely we are being watched and led toward something that mirrors the amount of knowledge we have acquired?
Only FOOLS believe the earth moves around the sun!
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