So, we are moving through the universe at a speed (along with our Sun, at 792,000 km/hr) damn' close to the speed of light ?!?
1.) For the Earth to make one complete rotation in 24 hours, a point near the equator of the Earth must move at close to 1000 miles per hour (1600 km/hr).
(2.) In addition to spinning on its axis, the Earth also revolves around the Sun. To go around this immense circle in one year takes a speed of 18.5 miles a second or 66,000 miles per hour (107,000 km/hr). - http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/102009042?q=faster+than+bullet&p=par
(3.) Our Sun is just one star among several hundred billion others that together make up the Milky Way Galaxy. Relative to the local standard of rest, our Sun and the Earth are moving at about 43,000 miles per hour (70,000 km/hr) roughly in the direction of the bright star Vega in the constellation of Lyra.
(4.) In addition to the individual motions of the stars within it, the entire Galaxy is in spinning motion like an enormous pinwheel. It takes our Sun approximately 225 million years to make the trip around our Galaxy and the speed with which the Sun has to move is an astounding 483,000 miles per hour (792,000 km/hr)! The Earth, anchored to the Sun by gravity, follows along at the same fantastic speed.
What would a control panel look like if one were to track some of Earth's movements through space?
Eleanor Lutz gives us an idea by creating an amazing infographic called, "Planet Earth Control Deck."
Read more about this infographic at the source: http://tabletopwhale.com/2015/01/26/planet-earth-control-deck.html