What is the distance between Mars and Earth?

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About 55.7 million km or 34.6 million miles is the minimum distance from Earth to Mars. Mars is at the closest point to Earth in the orbit, it’s known as “opposition”. This happens every 26 months during this period, becoming the brightest objects in the sky.
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The distance between earth an mars will greatly depend on where the two planets are in their orbits around the sun. The closest the two planets have been in recent times is 54 million
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250 million miles away from earth at its farthest. 402336000 km away from Earth at its farthest. It ranges from 57,936,384 to 402,336,000 km apart.
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Mars is only about 35 million miles away from the Earth. Thanks for asking ChaCha!
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The distance between Mars and Earth is always changing, but it is closest at 34.6 million miles away!
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The minimum distance from Earth to Mars is about 55.7 million km or 34.6 million miles. Mars is at the closest point to Earth in the orbit, it’s known as “opposition”. This happens every 26 months during this period, becoming the brightest objects in the sky.
The distance from the Earth to Mars is 55.7 million km, or 34.6 million miles. Mars is one of the brightest objects in the sky; it can be seen clearly with the naked eye as a bright red star.
Since mars and earth both orbit the sun, the distance between the two planets varies. The closest mars was to earth was in August of 2003 when it was approximately 34,646,418 miles away from earth. You can find more information here: http://www.spacetoday.org/SolSys/Mars/MarsThePlanet/MarsNearEarth.html
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