How many miles is the Earth's diameter?


The third planet from the Sun in the Solar System is called Earth. It has a diameter of 8,000 miles. It takes 365 days, 6 hours, 9 minutes and 9.54 seconds for the Earth to travel around the Sun.
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24,901.55 miles. at the equator; 24,859.82 miles. around the poles. The difference is because the Earth is rotating very quickly, which causes it to bulge outward slightly at the
The distance around the Earth at the equator is 24902 miles. Due to the irregular
It is 24,902 miles around the Earth at the equator. The Earth rotates at a speed of 1,000 mph Ask 24/7
That depends where you measure it. Earth's circumference at the Equator: 24,901.55 miles (40,075.16 km) Earth's circumference measured through the North and South Poles: 24,859.82
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The Earth at its biggest circumference, which is at the equator, is 24,901.46 miles. The Earth is not perfectly round, so the circumference around the poles would be several miles shorter. You can find more information here:
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