This yields a value of acceleration due to the elements = 81757141.113 m/s^2.
Now that we have our acceleration, we can figure out the force that the elements were applying for that 3.036 second period.
F = ma
F = 81757141.113 m/s^2 * 61.523 kg = 5029944592.695099 N
With our Force we can figure out the work done.
W = F * d
W = 5029944592.695099 Newtons * 376789600 meters
W = 1.895230811103749*(10^18) Joules
And with the work and the time we can solve for power
P = W/t
P = 1.895230811103749*(10^18) Joules / 3.036 seconds
P = 6.2425×10^17 Watts
(Obligatory "horse power" conversion: 8.371×10^14 horsepower)
So, just how powerful is 6.2425*(10^17) Watts, and 1.8952*(10^18) Joules?
The peak power of the most powerful laser is about 1.25x10^15 Watts. 500 of these lasers would produce the same amount of power.
The mean solar power intercepted by the earth is about 2x10^17 Watts, which is 3.6 times less powerful.
As for the 1.8952*(10^18) Joules, the most powerful bomb ever created, the Tsar Bomba, released 2.1*(10^17) Joules of energy when it exploded.