Enter an address into the box above, along with a radius for the circle in miles and press the "process" button. The radius is defaulted to the orbit size proportional to a classroom sized (Earth) globe.
The result is a model centered on the address you entered with the planets spaced out based on that Earth orbit radius (again, defaulted to scale with your average classroom globe).
You'll also get your rotational (day and night) and orbital (month by month) speed at the address you entered
rotation speed = cos(latitude) * 1037.5646 mph. (Earth's rotational speed at the equator)
Note: this is very approximate of course and just gives a rough idea. The purpose is to give a unique way to visualize to the size of our solar system. Orbits are _NOT_ round but are far more eliptical than pictured here.
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