101. 1. The Pacific Ocean covers 68,634,000 sq. miles.
102. 2. The Atlantic Ocean covers 41,340.000 sq. miles.
103. 3. The Indian Ocean covers 29,321,000 sq. miles.
104. 4. Lakes and Rivers cover 1,000,000 sq. miles.
105. 5. Hills and Mountains cover 1,910,000 sq. miles.
106. 6. Deserts cover 14,000,000 sq. miles.
107. 7. Mount Everest 29,141 ft. high.
108. 8. Sound travels at 1,120 ft. per. second.
109. 9. Light travels at the rate of 186,000 miles per second.
110. 10. The Earth is 93,000,000 miles from the sun.
111. 11. 1,760 yds. Equals one mile.
12. The Arctic Ocean covers 390,000 sq. miles.
13. There are 12 trillion, 478 billion, 118 million, and 400 thousand inches on the planet earth.
112. 1. Mercury is 36,000,000 miles from the Sun.
113. 2. Venus is 67,000,000 miles from the Sun.
114. 3. Earth is 93,000,000 miles from the Sun.
115. 4. Mars is 142,000,000 miles from the sun.
116. 5. Jupiter is 483,000,000 miles from the Sun.
117. 6. Saturn is 886,000,000 miles from the Sun.
118. 7. Uranus is 1,781,000,000 miles from the Sun.
119. 8. Neptune is 2,793,000,000 miles from the Sun.
120. 9. Pluto is 3,680,000,000 miles from the Sun.
1. Mercury - Roman Mythology - a God, often identified with the Greek God Hermes, serving as a messenger to the other Gods and being the God of commerce, travel, and thievery. Middle English Mercurie from Middle Latin Mercurius (Symbol Hg). A silvery-white, poisonous metallic element liquid at room temperature. Atomic number 80, atomic weight 200.59. The smallest of the planets, with a sidereal period of revolution about the Sun of 88 days at a mean distance of 36.2 million miles, a mean radius of approximately 1,500 miles, and a mass approximately 0.05 that of Earth.
2. Venus - Roman Mythology - the Goddess of love and beauty identified with the Greek Goddess, Aphrodite. The second planet from the Sun, has an average radius of 3,800 miles, a mass of 0.816 times that of the earth, and a sidereal period of revolution about the sun of 224.7 days at a mean distance of approximately 67.2 million miles.
3. Earth - Middle English - erth; old English - eorthe. The third planet from the sun, has a sidereal period of revolution about the sun of 365.26 days at a mean distance of 92.96 million miles, an axial rotation period of 23 hours 56.07 minutes an average radius of 3,959 miles, and a mass of 13.17 x 10" pounds. Six Sextillion tons a unit followed by 21 ciphers!
4. Mars - Roman Mythology - the God of war, identified with the Greek god Aries. The fourth planet from the sun, having a sidereal period of revolution about the sun of 687 days at a mean distance of 141.6 million miles, a mean radius of approximately 2,090 miles, and a mass of approximately 0.15 that of earth.
5. Jupiter - Roman Mythology - the supreme God, patron of the Roman state, brother, and husband of Juno, identified with the Greek god Zeus. Also called Jove or Deiw. The fifth planet from the sun; the largest and most massive in the solar system, having a diameter of approximately 86,000 miles, a mass approximately 318 times that of earth, and a sidereal period of revolution about the sun of 11.86 years at a mean distance of 483 million miles.
6. Saturn - An Italic and Roman deity identified with the Greek God Cronus. Reign of Saturn, the Golden Age. Saturn is a planet of Etruscan origin. The sixth planet from the sun and the second largest in the solar system, having a diameter of 74,000 miles, a mass 95 times that of earth, and an orbital period of 29.5 years, at a mean distance of about 886,000,000 miles. It has nine satellites and is encircled by a system of rings composed of many small solid bodies.
7. Uranus - Greek Mythology - the earliest supreme god, a personification of the sky, who was the son and consort of Gaea and the father of the Cyclopes and Titans. Latin Uranus from Greek Ouranos, the personification of Ouranos is heaven. The seventh planet from the sun revolves about it every 84.02 years, at a distance of approximately 1,790,000,000 miles. It has an equatorial diameter of 30,000 miles, a mass 14.6 times that of earth, and five satellites.
8. Neptune - Roman Mythology - the God of the sea corresponding to the Greek Poseidon Latin Neptunus. The eighth planet from the sun, having a sidereal period of revolution around the sun of 164.8 years, at a mean distance of 2.8 billion (2.8 x 101) miles a mean radius of 14,000 miles, and a density 17.2 times that of earth.
9. Pluto - Roman Mythology - the God of the dead and the ruler of the underworld, identified with the Greek God Hades Latin, from Greek Plouton the rich one, from Ploutos, wealth. The ninth planet from the sun, having a sidereal period of revolution about the sun of 248.4 years, 2.8 billion miles distant at perihelion and 4.6 billion miles at aphelion, and a diameter approximately half that of the earth.