How Long Does It Take for the Moon to Go Round the Earth?

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The Moon orbits around the Earth once in approximately 27.3 days. The moon is about 384,000 km from Earth on average. At its closest approach, the moon is 356,410 km from the Earth. At its farthest approach, the moon is 406,700 km from the Earth.
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