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Avg. orbital speed:24.077 km/s
Originally posted by Incarnated
Time from the perspective of mankind is broken down into hours, minutes and seconds, and such a thing as you are seeking can not definely be reached.
There's too many aspects to be considered.
for one even if a moment in time could be found when the alignment would be seen here on earth as that exact moment, that would mean because of the parellelaxis shift it already happened a moment in the past depending upon the distance the viewer is from the occurance.
Originally posted by Seiju
All he did was ask when it was going to happen. You didnt have to go and bombard him with things like mans measurement of time is insufficient and blah blah blah. You think your so high and mighty and it cracks me up.
Minimum Distance from Sun: 205 million km
(128 million miles)
Maximum Distance from Sun: 249 million km
(155 million miles)
Minimum (10^6 km) 55.7
Maximum (10^6 km) 401.3
299,792.4574 kms^-1 with err0r: +/- 0.001