The solar system is moving through the Local Interstellar Cloud, proving that you are never in the same spot more than once on a cosmic scale.
There exists a dwarf planet, Haumea, past the orbit of Neptune that is the fastest spinning planet or dwarf planet in the Solar System by far. How fast? Well Haumea is a third the mass of Pluto, but rotates once every 3.5 hours. This is so fast it puts a lot of stress on the dwarf planet and makes it look like an ellipsoid– as in, normally it would be fairly spherical like a tennis ball, but is spinning so fast that Haumea is twice as long as it is wide (so like a lentil).
If the Sun was scaled to the size of basketball; Mercury would be the size of a grain of sand-33 feet away, Earth would be the size of a BB shot-86 feet away, Jupiter would be the size of a gumball-445 feet away, and the nearest star would be another basketball-5000 miles away.
Between the time it was discovered and the time it was unclassified as a planet, Pluto did not even complete one revolution around the sun.