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Maps of America
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Earth's mean radius = 6371.0 km = 3959 miles
Earth's circumference = 40075 km = 24901 mi equator
Earth's orbital speed = 107,200 km/h = 66610 mi/h
Earth's surface area land = 148,940,000 km2 = 57506055 miles2
Earth's surface area water = 361,132,000 km2 = 139433845 mi2
The Americas - North- Central- and South America
Earth map South America- many countries - many faces
US Midwest states
Earth, the only home we have to live on ...
There are many countries on Earth
United States and South America
Graphic with facts about climate change
Canada and the United States with the famous Niagara falls
United States major features
United States cities with big airports
United States cities at night - light pollution - energy waste
Map of area in Canada where tar-sand is collected
Huge damages to Nature, wildlife, water and air
Canada city of Vancouver seen from space
Bird migration map Central United States
Earth map with weather stations
Mountains and valleys are found everywhere on Earth
Isn't Earth beautiful?!
Earth conveyor belt - currents moving around Earth
Earth map shows where carbon is produced
Map of Earth's tropical rain forests - 7% remain..
Map of Bird Migration - where do birds go
Earth's tectonic plates - their movements causes earthquakes
Earth's tectonic plates are moving, see arrows from direction and strength.
Earth from space
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Maps of Africa
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