How Big Is the Moon?

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The size of the moon can be expressed in a number of ways. Its diameter is only 3,474 km across, its volume contains 2.195 x 1010 km3 and its surface area is 3.793 x 107 km2. Its circumference is about 10,921 km and generally, it is nearly twice as big as the planet Pluto.
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The moon is, of course, extremely large compared to most things on earth, having a mass of over 7 sextillion kilograms according to NASA. This, however, amounts to just less than
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Average diameter: 2159.3 miles. Volume: 5.27×10^9 cubic miles. Source: http://www.wolframalpha.c. om/inpu.
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It is about 3,100 kilometres or 1,900 miles in diameter.
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The Moon has a diameter of 2,159 miles (3,476 kilometers), which is about four times smaller than the diameter of Earth.
Its volume is just over forty-nine times less than the volume of Earth. This means that forty-nine Moons could fit inside our Earth with a little room to spare. More >>
The moon is about 2000 miles in diameter. And it is about 250,000 miles away from Earth.
The diameter of the Moon is 3,474 km compared to the earth's 12,742 km. The moon's surface area is 37.9 million square kilometres while that of the earth is 44.4 million kilometres. Therefore the moon is roughly 1/4th the size of the Earth.
The moon has a diameter of 2,159 miles making it about four times smaller than the diameter of the Earth. Approximately 49 moons could fit inside our Earth.
The moon isn't as big as earth but it's still big enough where I don't want to walk around it! The moon is a little over 2,000 miles in diameter.
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