How Far Is Saturn from Earth?

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The closest distance of the Saturn from the earth is 2.57 billion km.
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The distance is always changing as both planets move around the Sun. The average is about 1.4 billion kilometers, or more than 8 times as far as Earth is from the Sun (8 AU) At its
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It varies all the time, it is not a constant because the orbits are not in phase with one another. Saturn takes 29.45 earth years to do a single orbit of the sun. We take one. What
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Saturn is a minimum of 746 million miles away from the Earth. It ranges from 840 million to 938 million miles away from the sun, depending on where it is in its orbit cycle.
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