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The Earth, also known as Terra (inhabitants Earthers, Earthlings, Terrans). Third planet from the Sun. It orbits the nearest star - Sol. It has one moon, which humans visited first in 1969.

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Continents: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia

Oceans: Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern, and Arctic Oceans. The surface of the Earth is approximately 71% water.

Largest Continent: Asia
17,139,445 square miles (44,391,162 square km)

Smallest Continent: Australia
2,967,909 square miles (7,686,884 square km)

Largest Island: Greenland
Greenland - North America - 840,004 square miles - 2,175,600 sq km

Largest Country (land mass): Russia
17,075,200 sq km (6,591,027 sq miles)

Smallest Country: Papal State (Vatican City)
0.2 sq miles (.44 sq km)

Tallest Mountain: Mauna Kuea, Hawaii
33,480 feet (10,314 meters)

Highest Point above sea level: Mt Everest, Nepal
29,035 feet (8850 metres)

Deepest (Lowest) Point: Challenger Deep, Mariana Trench, Western Pacific Ocean
35,840 feet (10,924 metres)

Longest River: Nile River, Egypt
4,160 miles - 6,695 km

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See also:

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pictorial guide to melbourne and victoria, click here

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