How Far Is Jupiter from Earth?

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The distance between planet earth and Jupiter ranges between 893 million and 964 million kilometres apart. Their closest pot would be when Jupiter, earth and the sun are aligned together. The furthest point is when the Jupiter and earth are on the opposite sides of the sun.
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Fortunately both planets are not stationary objects. The earth and Jupiter are both in orbit around the sun so the distance between the two varies greatly. It varies from 390 to 576
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Jupiter is 360,972,764,000 miles from the sun.
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Jupiter Distance from Earth: At its closest, 370 million miles (591 million km) Thank
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As of April 29, 00:00 UT: Jupiter - Earth distance = 677,212,420 km Rate of change = -1,603,820 km per day The closest distance during 2007 will be on June 7, 12:16 UT. Jupiter -
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Jupiter is approximately 893 to 964 million kilometers from the Earth. Jupiter orbits the sun just like the Earth does. The best time to see Jupiter from Earth will be in September 2010.
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