The current best estimate for the mass of the Earth is M🜨 = 5.9722 × 1024 kg, with a standard uncertainty of 6 × 1020 kg (relative uncertainty 10 −4 ). The recommended value in 1976 was (5.9742 ± 0.0036) × 1024 kg. It is equivalent to an average density of 5515 kg.m−3 .
The mass of the oceans is approximately 1.35 × 10 18 metric tons or about 1/4400 of Earth's total mass. The oceans cover an area of 361.8 million km 2 (139.7 million sq mi) with a mean depth of 3,682 m (12,080 ft), resulting in an estimated volume of 1.332 billion km 3 (320 million cu mi). 
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A world map is a map of most or all of the surface of Earth. World maps, because of their scale, must deal with the problem of projection. Maps rendered in two dimensions by necessity distort the display of the three-dimensional surface of the earth. While this is true of any map, these distortions reach extremes in a world map.
A geological map of the state, showing the north–south trend of the bedrock strata. The geology of Massachusetts includes numerous units of volcanic, intrusive igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks formed within the last 1.2 billion years. The oldest formations are gneiss rocks in the Berkshires, which were metamorphosed from older rocks ...
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Earth is part of the eight planets and many thousands of small bodies that move around the Sun as its solar system. The Solar System is moving through the Orion Arm of the Milky Way galaxynow, and will be for about the next 10,000 years. Earth is about 150,000,000 kilometres or 93,000,000 miles away from the Sun (this distance is called an "Astrono...
Earth is rocky. It is the largest of the rocky planets moving around the Sun by mass and by size. It is much smaller than the gas giants such as Jupiter.
About eight billion people live on Earth. They live in about 200 different lands called countries. Some, for example, Russia, are large with many large cities. Others, for example, Vatican City, are small. The five countries with the most people are China, India, the United States, Indonesia, and Brazil. About 90% of people live in the north half o...
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Image:BlankMap-World.png – World map, Robinson projection centered on the meridian circa 11°15' to east from the Greenwich Prime Meridian. Microstates and island nations are generally represented by single or few pixels approximate to the capital; all territories indicated in the UN listing of territories and regions are exhibited.