My slingshot can propel a BB @ 250 feet per second or a little over 170 MPH ... for a short distance.
The earth spins on its axis, counter clockwise from west to east at about 1000 MPH, a familiar one revolution every 24 hours.
The earth moves in its orbit around the sun at 18.5 miles a second, about 67,000 MPH, roughly 1.6 million miles thru space every 24 hours.
The sun and solar system orbit the center of the Milky Way Galaxy at 140 miles per second, 515,000 MPH, 12.3 million miles in 24 hours.
Our Milky Way Galaxy belongs to a cluster of nearby galaxies called the Local Group, moving around its center at 25 miles per second, 2.16 million miles per day.
The local group is moving at 375 miles per second, 32.4 million miles per day, toward the Virgo Cluster, an enormous cluster of galaxies about 45 million light years away, which is also moving.
Have a NICE day!