68 Amazing Facts Related to Earth Planet

We will be discussed amazing and Interesting facts about Earth’s planet. World Earth Day: Earth Day was celebrated for the first time in America on April 22, 1970, This is an annual event and celebrated worldwide. 192 countries celebrate it. US Senator Gordon Nelson has been on April 22 after World Earth Day celebrations. They were concerned about the environment.

Fact#1. There are only six countries in the world with 40% of the Earth’s share.

Fact#2. The source of heat on earth is not only the sun. The earth composed of molten material which keeps constant the internal temperature of the earth. According to an estimate, the temperature of this inner part is 5000 to 7000 degrees Celcius which is equivalent to the temperature of the sun’s surface.

Fact#3. All the continents of the Earth connected to each other 6.5 million years ago. The scientists believe that any meteorite on the earth should fall, and due to constant volcanoes and powerful earthquakes, the continent began to separate from each other, that is why the end of the dinosaurs came from Earth. when all the continents were connected when it was called by Penzias.

Fact#4. The satellite was first launched in 1957 called Sputnik 1 and since then, a total of 8100 satellites have been launched by 40 countries together.

Fact#5. Interesting Facts about Earth is that 22 thousand objects created by humans are circling the earth Planet.

Fact#6. It takes more than 4 thousand years for a glass bottle to be completely destroyed.

Fact#7. The Most Interesting Facts about Earth is that, 450 million years ago, there was a Mars-shaped planet in the Sun sign which was orbiting the Sun with the Earth on the same planetary path. But the planet collided with the surface of the earth for some reason. and then became a moon after the collision which was part of the earth.

Fact#8. Almost every year about 30,000 objects from outer space enter the Earth’s atmosphere. But when most of them reach inside the Earth’s atmosphere, they start burning because of friction, which we often call ‘breaking stars’.

Fact#9. When the National Hurricane Center started in 1953, the name given to the first storm was the name of the saint. This was the first time in 1979 that male names included in storms. Now names of hurricanes are named after both men and women.

Fact#10. The deepest pitcher dug by humans was dug in Russia in 1989, which was 12.262 kilometers deep.

Fact#11. The oldest religious site “Gobakali tape” is located in Turkey. It constructed 10,000 years ago.

Fact#12. 200,000 people are born on earth every day. Two people are being killed every second.

Fact#13. The total cost of 150 billion dollars is from the International Space Station. This is the most expensive project, the highest amount spent on it.

Fact#14. The name of the photo taken from 3.7 billion miles is Pale Blue dot. So far it is the picture of earth taken from the highest distance.

Fact#15. The reason for 10-12 accidents per year is the shark. 100 million sharks are killed every year.

Fact#16. One gram of gold found in 13 billion pieces of water a liter of water.

Fact#17. In the world, 1 billion people are not getting enough water every day, while 2 billion people crave clear water. By 2050 about 9 billion people will be living without water or underwater. By 2025, almost 60% of the groundwater sources of India will have completely dried.

Fact#18. Even today, clean water is not available for drinking the world’s 748 million people. There is an average of 200 gallons of water wasted every day in a continuous toilet. Due to leakages, 36 million gallons of water waste daily by a single person.

Fact#19. 97 percent of the earth’s water is saline and freshwater is only 3 percent. 90 percent of the world’s garbage reaches into the sea.

Fact#20. Mauna Kea has an altitude of 4,205 meters (13,796 feet) – much lower than Mount Everest. However, Mauna Kea is an island, and if the distance from the bottom of the nearby Pacific Ocean floor to the peak of the island is measured, then Mauna Kea is “taller” than Mount Everest.

Fact#21. Due to the earth’s gravity, it is not possible to elevate the mountains from 15,000 meters.

Fact#22. Carbon is definitely in every living organism on earth.

Fact#23. It is necessary to wear pressurized suits at a height of 12 miles (19 km). Otherwise, it may be death.

 Fact#24. There is so much gold on the earth, which can cover its entire surface up to a depth of 1.5 feet.

Fact#25. The largest meteorite (Hobba Meteorite) was dropped on earth.

Fact#26. 2015 was one second long because of the rotation of the Earth.

Fact#27. All human beings on Earth can cube in 1 square kilometer. If we make a person in one square meter, then one million people can stand in a square kilometer.

Fact#28. One day 23 hours 56 minutes is 4 seconds. Soon the time the earth moves on its axis.

Fact#29. The height of Mount Everest is 8850 meters above sea level. But if you see the distance of space from the center of the Earth, then the highest mountain Mount Chimborazo of Ecuador. Its height is 6310 meters at sea level.

Fact#30. Every day 45,00 clouds roam on Earth.

FACT#31. 40% of the Earth has only six countries in the world.

FACT#32. All humans on the earth can fit into a square 59 K.m of a square. If we raise a person in one square meter
So one million people can stand in one square kilometer.

FACT#33. China’s air pollution is so high that even the Great Wall of China did not appear when viewed from space.

FACT#34. If the man is left in space without any security measures, then he will live only for 2:00 minutes.

FACT#35. It is necessary to wear a pressurized suit at an altitude of 2 miles (9 km). Otherwise, death can happen.

FACT#36. On Earth, in 4 seconds, celestial lightning falls 80 times and every day 80.6 million times.

FACT#37. We believe that the gravitational force of our earth is the same everywhere, but in truth, it is not so. Yes, friends, there are some places on our earth where the force of gravity is quite different from other places such as the Hudson Bay. This is a place where the force of gravity is quite different from other places.

FACT#38. All of us know that there is about 71% water on our earth and 29% island. But do you know that scientists have found a very large water source in the depths of about 660 km from the surface of the Earth? According to scientists, this source contains so much water that all our oceans can be filled three times at rest.

FACT#39. Do you know how old our earth is? The age of our Earth is about 454 million years (4.54 Billion). Scientists have discovered the age of the Earth through the Radiometric Dating Method.

FACT#40. The average temperature of our Earth is 16 ° C. On 10 July 1913 Death Valley, United States recorded the highest temperature to date which is 56.7 ° C and if we talk about the lowest temperature, it is -89.2 ° C, which was recorded on 21 July 1983 at Vostok Station, Russia. was done.

FACT#41. The highest place on Earth is Mount Everest, which I have just told you and the deepest place on earth is Marianas Trench. It is about 11 kilometers deep in the sea.

FACT#42. Scientists keep doing some experiments every day and one of those experiments is “Sakhalin-1” (2011-2015). This project took 4 years to finish. “Sakhalin-1” is the deepest crater on earth made by humans and has a depth of 13,500 meters. Before this, Kola Superdeep Borehole was the deepest pit of the earth made by humans, whose depth is 12 kilometers.

FACT#43. As of 2017, the population of the Earth is about 740 crores. But the way the population of the Earth will reach 920 crore by 2050 according to the way the population of the Earth is increasing day by day.

FACT#44. You would know that only one third (1/3) of the Earth is surrounded by land. But only 50% of this one-third of the land is inhabited by humans and the remaining 50% is full of deserts, mountains, mountains, and dense forests.

FACT#45. You must have seen this picture very many times on the internet. NASA has named this picture The Blue Marble. This picture was drawn by Apollo-17 activists on 7 December 1972 from a height of 29,000 km above the surface of the earth.

FACT#46. Just a few years after the Second World War (WWII), the first black and white photograph of the earth was taken from a height of 105 kilometers with the help of a V-2 rocket in 1946.

FACT#47. On 23 August 1966, the Earth was photographed from the moon for the first time.

FACT#48. The farthest plane on Earth was photographed by Voyager 1. Through Voyager 1, this picture of the Earth was drawn 6 billion kilometers away. NASA named this picture Pale Blue Dot. You can see that picture below.

FACT#49. The Great Wall of China is a wall built by humans that can also be seen from space. Although the Great Wall of China can also be seen from space if the atmosphere is clear. Meaning China’s environment has become so polluted that even if you look from Spain, you will not see The Great Wall of China.

FACT#50. There is so much gold on our earth that the entire earth’s surface can be covered to a depth of 1.5 feet.

FACT#51. Earth rotates on its axis at a speed of 1670 kilometers per hour and along with it we are moving at the same speed.

FACT#52. Earth is made up of three different layers. Crust, metal, and core. This three-layer is made up of different elements.

FACT#53. It takes 365 days and 6 hours for the Earth to make one round of the Sun. After adding every 6 hours for 4 years, one day is increased and that year is 366 days and February month of that year is 29 days.

FACT#55. Although 29% of the Earth is surrounded by land and one-third of this 29% is desert.

FACT#56. First of all life on earth started with water, so it had said that “water is life”.

FACT#57. Earth is the only place in the solar system where water exists in the form of solid, liquid, and gas.

FACT#58. There are 44,000 changes on the earth every day, out of which only 1800 changes are in the form of rain.

FACT#59. Only 11% of the Earth’s surface is useful for agricultural work.

FACT#60. Out of the water we have on this earth, only 1% of water is drinkable. Out of these 1% water, 0.003% water has already been used and 75% of the water has been used in agricultural development .. Confuse it is not done ??

FACT#61. The first country on earth to find a way to purify sugar in India.

FACT#62. There is definitely carbon in every living being on earth.

FACT#63. The speed of the Earth’s rotation is slowly decreasing, by 17 milli-seconds every 100 years.

FACT#64. Moon is the reason for the low speed of the earth’s rotation. Yes, friends, the moon is moving 3.785 centimeters away from the earth every year.

FACT#65. About 450 million years ago, there used to be 26 hours a day on Earth.

FACT#66. In all, more than 1 million species live in all the oceans of the world and two-thirds (2/3) of them have not yet been discovered.

FACT#67. Surprising information about the Earth is that 90% of the waste present in all the seas and rivers in the world is plastic. The plastic that never ends.

FACT#68. Earth is the densest planet in our solar system. It has a density of 5.51 grams per cubic centimeter.

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