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778,412,010 km or 483,682,805 miles
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Average distance of each planet from the sun?

Mercury - 57,909,175 km or 35,983,095 miles. Venus - 108,208,930 km or 67,237,910 miles. Earth - 149,597,890 km or 92,955,820 miles. Mars - 227,936,640 km or 141,633,260 miles. Jupiter - 778,412,020 km or 483,682,810 miles. Saturn - 1,426,725,400 km or 885,904,700 miles.. Uranus - 2,870,972,20 (MORE)

What is the average distance from the Earth to the sun?

About 93 million miles. About 93,000,000 miles. 150G meters. Minimum Distance from Sun: 146 million km (91 million miles) Maximum Distance from Sun: 152 million km (94.5 million miles) Average Distance from Sun: 149 million km (92.75 million miles)

What is the distance from Jupiter to sun?

The orbit of Jupiter is at an average distance of 778.4 million km from the sun. Jupiter orbits between 740.3 million km (perihelion) and 816.4 million km (aphelion) from the sun.

What is the distance between Jupiter and the Sun?

The distance between Jupiter and the Sun is 778.3 million km or 483.7 miles. Jupiter's distance from the Sun ranges from a maximum of approximately 508 million miles to a minimum of 460 million miles, with an average of approximately 483 million miles.

Why is earth's distance from the sun reported as an average distance?

Earth's distance to the Sun changes. Planets, including Earth, move around the Sun (or other stars) in ellipses, not in exact circles. Because the earth's path around the sun ... its "orbit" ... is not a circle, and the distance is not constant throughout the year. The minimum distance o (MORE)

What is the average distance from each planet to the sun?

The verage distance from the sun from . Mercuary:57,909,000km . Venus:108,200,000km . Earth:149,600,000km . Mars:227,940,000 . Jupiter:778,400,000km . Saturn:1,423,600,000km . Uranus:2,867,000,000km . Neptune:4,488,400,000km . Pluto:5,909,600,000km . (Pluto is now a dwarf planet)

What is the average distance from the sun for Pluto?

5.906 billion km, or 39.5 AU, where one AU is the Earth to Sun distance. Plutos distance from the sun varies a lot throughout its 248 year orbit, ranging from 7.375 billion km (49.3 AU) at its furthest to 4.436 billion km (29.7 AU) at its closest.

What is the diameter of the sun and its average distance from the sun?

The sun has no solid surface, so its diameter depends on what density of gas you want to consider as its limit. It's most commonly given as 864,000 miles ... more than 3-1/2 times the distance from the earth to the moon ! The sun's average distance from itself is approximately zero .

Distance of planet Jupiter from the sun is 5.2 times that of the earth.find the period of revolution of Jupiter around the sun?

Use Kepler's Third Law. The simplest form of that Law is P 2 = D 3 Where P is the orbital period of the planet in Earth years and D is the average distance from the Sun in Astronomical Units. The question says Jupiter is 5.2 AU from the Sun. 5.2 cubed is 140.608 So, the period of revolu (MORE)

What is Earth's average distance from the sun AU?

1 AU The exact distance between Earth and the Sun varies with its position in its orbit, which is elliptical. The average distance (the mean distance) between the Earth and the Sun is about 150 million kilometers (93 million miles) . The average distance from the Earth to the Sun is also called (MORE)

Has Earth's average distance from the sun increased?

It is not presently known whether the Earth's orbit around the sun is or has been increasing or decreasing. It is generally believed to be stable, but in 1989 a scientist showed that the Earth's orbit around the sun is chaotic, and a tiny error determining the position of Earth makes it impossible t (MORE)

What is the average distance of meteoroids from the sun?

A meteoroid is a rock that is out in space. Most of the meteoroids in the solar system are in the asteroid belt between the orbit of Mars and the orbit of Jupiter. The middle of the asteroid belt is about 400 million kilometers (250 million miles) from the sun.

How Jupiter distance from the sun?

Jupiter, the fifth planet from the sun, is the largest planet in our solar system. The planet was named after the supreme deity of the Roman gods. Jupiter's diameter at the equator is about 88,700 miles (142,700 kilometers), which is more than 11 times the diameter of Earth. It would take 1,000 ea (MORE)

What is the distance from Jupiter to the sun and earth?

Jupiter is 741 million kilometers from the sun (4.95 astronomical units) When earth and Jupiter are the closest to each other, they are 628,743,036 million km apart when they are the most distant from each other, they are 928,081,020 million km apart In astronomical units this varies from 4.2 AU to (MORE)

Why is the distance from earth to Jupiter not exact but is an average?

The distance from Earth to Jupiter is not exact but is an average, because both planets orbit the Sun. The distance varies because at some times Jupiter and Earth will be on the same side of the Sun, but at other times they are on opposite sides of the Sun. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_is_the_dist (MORE)

What is the average distance of hailes comet from the sun?

Halley's comet has a period of 76 years so its average distance, i.e. the semimajor axis of the orbit, in astronomical units, is 76 2/3 by Kepler's third law. That is 17.9 astronomical units or 2700 million kilometres. The distance varies from 0.6 to about 35 astronomical units. The orbit is ret (MORE)

What is the distance of jupiters moon from the sun?

Anything in orbit around Jupiter is closer to the sun than Jupiter is during roughly half the time, and farther from the sun than Jupiter is during the other half. So the average distance from the sun to any moon of Jupiter is essentially the same as the distance from the sun to Jupiter. Ju (MORE)