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Earthball is a second-generation planetball and the third planetball from the Sun-icon Sunball. He is a terrestrial planet, and so far the only known planetball to harbor life, especially intelligent life, 6-icon but we may be wrong. He sometimes wears sunglasses and can speak all languages fluently, unlike the other planetballs. His age is unknown but may be anywhere from six thousand to four billion years.

When he is making presentations, he always misspells his name, possibly as a representation of his ego or Humanity's stupidity.

Some inhabitants of Earth believe in 6-icon extra-terrestrials, creatures that were not native to Earth. People once believed Moon-icon the moon had aliens, and then believed Mars-icon Mars had 6-icon aliens. Now they target exoplanetballs and search them for alien life. He is 12,756 km in diameter (6378km in radius) and of 510,065,600 km² in surface area.

There is a popular theory idea in the scientific community going around that Earth will heat up, causing "global warming". This is because of modern countryballs like USA-icon USAball, Russia-icon Russiaball and China-icon Chinaball using products/factories, or nuclear power that make the planet's atmosphere hotter.

Ancient Greece-icon Ancient Greeceball believed that Earthball was a goddess called "Mother Gaia". Later, the SPQR-icon Ancient Romeball adopted this goddess and renamed him "Terra" (name still used in many Neo-Latin languages). As with Terra and Gaia of Hellenismball, Earth was a personified goddess in Germanic Paganismball. The Anglesball worshipped a goddess called "Nerthus", and ancient Nordicballs worshipped a goddess called Jörð, a giantess often given as the mother of Thor. In today’s internet culture, Earth can still be said to be personified as seen on comics made by fans.

International-icon Earthball's flag was made to be used internationally and to identify Earth as it's own planet, even though other planets cannot into flag. The blue is supposed to represent the water in our planet, and the rings represent Earthball's envy of Saturn-icon Saturnball how everything on Earthball is linked.

Composition

He is a rocky terrestrial planet with a mainly iron-nickel core. He is divided into 4 layers: the crust, mantle, outer core, and inner core. His core contains relatively high amounts of radioactive elements such as thorium, which powers Earthball's core.

Surface Features

Earthball holds many unusual surface features due to his unique climate. Its most notable surface features are its continents and oceans, which are the result of plate tectonics. Since she has such a thick atmosphere, there is a lack of craters due to erosion. Plate tectonics constantly jostles his continents around, sometimes merging them into 1 single supercontinent. Plate tectonics is also responsible for creating many of Earthball's mountain ranges and underwater trenches.

Atmosphere

He has a moderately thick atmosphere, composed primarily (78%) of diatomic nitrogen, 28% diatomic oxygen, 1% argon, and some trace elements.

Orbit - Rotation

His orbit is generally circular with a SMA of about 1 AU. His days are getting longer because of Moonball.

Satellites

The Moonball is Earthball's only natural sattelite, and is composed mainly of silicates. He is rather large for Earthball's size. Earthball is also known to hold some quasi-satellites. however recently the kordylewski clouds were confirmed to exist.

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How to draw

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A real life photo of Earth for reference

Drawing Earthball is moderately easy
  1. Draw a blue circle
  2. Draw some continents, use a dark green color for the Americas, Europe, East and Southeast Asia, and Oceania. also half of the Africa's land. Tan for the northern part of Africa, Western part of USA-icon USAball and Center part of Australia-icon Australiaball finally. the white color for Antarctica-icon Antarcticaball and other tundras
  3. Draw the clouds
  4. perfezionare, you finished

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