Earth Travel Brochure
By Mackenzie Estes
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The planet on which we live; the world.
A light-year is a unit of distance. It is the distance that light can travel in one year. Light moves at a velocity of about 300,000 kilometers (km) each second. So in one year, it can travel about 10 trillion km. More precisely, one light-year is equal to 9,500,000,000,000 kilometers.
All the atoms in an object pull towards a common center of gravity, and they’re resisted outwards by whatever force is holding them apart. The final result is a sphere. Also GRAVITY is responsible for the formation of the solar system
The sun lets off solar rays and we use solar panels to soak the rays up then we convert the rays into energy.
Rotation and Revolution
Rotation is when a planet or moon turns all the way around or spins on its axis one time. On Earth, a rotation is pretty short - it happens once a day! It is the rotation that makes the sun appear to come up in the morning and set at night. On Earth, a revolution is quite a bit longer - one year! The moon is a little different. The moon rotates once about every 27 days, and revolves once about every 27 days. So every time the moon goes around Earth it turns around one time.
What To Bring
Earth has various temperatures, but you need sunglasses for most areas during the day. When visiting the polar regions it would be a good idea to bring a coat. We have tropical beaches too, there it would probably be best to bring a swimsuit.