How Far Away Are All the Planets the Sun?


The distance of each planet from the sun varies from each other. Mercury is 58 kilometres away, Venus is 108 kilometres away while the earth is 150 kilometres away from the sun. Mars is 228 kilometres away from the sun while Jupiter is 778 kilometres away and Saturn is 1430 kilometres away from the sun. Uranus is 2870 kilometres away from the sun, while Neptune and Pluto are 4,500 kilometres and 5,910 kilometres away from the sun, respectively.
Q&A Related to "How Far Away Are All the Planets the Sun"
The exact distance from the Earth to the Sun will vary depending on where each is in their orbit. However, the average distance of the Earth from the Sun is 1 Astronomical Unit or
Jupiter's orbits of the sun is not at a uniform distance. The maximum distance from the sun is 817million km and the closest it comes to the sun is 741 million km. See related link.
The object, unofficially named "Sedna, is 13 billion kilometers (8
mercury: .4 AU venus: .7 AU Earth: 1 AU mars: 1.5 AU jupiter 5.2 AU saturn: 9.5 AU uranus: 19.2 AU neptune: 30.1 AU pluto: 39.4 AU Source(s): that chart in my room.
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