At work, have a couple odd jobs packing stuff in front of the computer today. Usually I'd read threads, today I traverse the Solar System and
contemplate all that space
Seeing as my hands are busy I engaged auto-pilot (middle-click and adjust thrusters).
Start (packing stuff at work)
(Starting at the Sun, passing the inner planets...)
09:52am - Jupiter!
09:57am - Refuel (Smoke break - Jumped into hyper-drive)
10:01am - 1 billion Kilometres!
10:06am - Saturn!
10:27am - Refuel (packing more stuff)
10:33am - at 1,967,567,277 - "An amoeba can become a dolphin." What??
10:46am - a looooong reach for Uranus
10:47am - Oooooh... Uranus was just around the corner
10:53am - Refuel - Semi-hyper-drive (packing more stuff)
11:04am - at 3,840,004,954 - "With so much emptiness, aren't stars, planets, and people just glitches in an otherwise elegant and uniform
nothingness, like pieces of lint on a black sweater?"
11:11am - So much space, so little time!
11:16am - at 4,215,273,364 - "It seems we are both pathetically insignificant, and miraculously important at the same time."
11:28am - NEPTUNE!!!
11:35am - Hyper-driving - It's almost lunch time, and I'm starving!
11:40am - at 4,938,030,461 - "The fact that you're here, in the midst of all this nothing, is pretty amazing when you stop to think about it."
11:45am - Pluto (we still love you)
So, with some breaks in-between and slightly cheating with auto-pilot, it took a little over 2 hours (135mins).
My math is not great but with a total distance of 5,914,988,724.4Km, I traveled approximately 43,814,731.292Km/minute.