about 66,000 or 67,000 miles per hour about 66,000 to 67,000 mph (miles per hour)
Four Seasons, Winter. Seasons are a subdivision of a year. The Earth's rotation axis is tilted by 23.4392794383 degrees with respect to the, at different times of a variation in the 180 - 270 deg (mn), longitudes 270 - 360 deg (Winter). The Sun true longitude (Lsun) is derived from Sun mean longitude (Lmean) and Earth mean anomaly (ME). For any input through many Sun true Longitude (Lsun) for the input year 1013 :
- Year = 2013, Start : UT year = 2013, month = 3, day = 20, hr = 11, min = 2, sec = 9.15719,true Log deg = 360.00000013, Start Time of: UT year = 2013, month = 6, day = 21, hr = 5, min = 1, sec = 23.88007, the Sun true Log deg = 90.00000: UT year = 2013, month = 9, day = 22, hr = 20, min = 45, sec = 38.50711, the Sun true Log deg = 180.00000
- Year = 2013, Start Time of Winter : UT year = 2013, month = 12, day = 21, hr = 17, min = 10, sec = 7.88032, the Sun = 270.00000
Note : All these values are computed using the Orbital Mechanics - Model & Simulation Software OM-MSS.
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Simply put, no. If something stretches, it keeps the same mass (which is what creates a gravitational pull). For example, take a rubber band and weight it. Stretch it out and weight it again. It still weighs the same amount. Now, if you're talking about the gravitational pull on Earth... .3 meters out of the diameter of the Earth is next to nothing, so it's almost literally impossible to tell that it even changes. Also as a side note, if a sphere stretches on an axis, its center of gravity stays in the same place. Well, the distance changes and the gravitational force gets smaller due to that. Also, weigh will be a bit less due to gravitational pull of Moon in the opposite direction. The effect is not big though.
The core of the sun is 15 million oK (Kelvin is the scientific scale) and the corona is 5800 oK. The corona is that temperature because sound waves produce intense heat and below the corona and photosphere are convection currents that bring heat to the surface.
It will most likely happen when the earth is free from all life forms. While the sun is very slowly dying, it must be getting weaker. This will change all things on earth from the weather, plant growth and other such things. And eventually, we will all die. Whether that means all the land will be drowned or dried, it makes no difference. One way or the other our planet will meet its fate. Even if we did survive the earths changes, we won't survive when the sun causes our whole existence to burn to nothing. We would all be dead before we even knew what was happening because of the heat closing in on us. Kind of the reverse of what they call "The Big Bang".