How Long Does It Take to Get to the Moon?


The average distance to the moon is 384,403 km (238,857 miles) and it takes 1 Year 1month 2 weeks to get to the moon
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A moon is a naturally occurring satellite of a planet. Moons have a regular orbit and they can range in size from very small, to quite large, like the moon of the Earth.
The moon and earth are attracted to each other like magnets. The earth is able to remain stable but cannot hold water because it moves. The pull of the moon is what causes high and
The moon stays in orbit because of several things including the gravitational pull between the earth and moon, centripetal force and centrifugal force. To find more information click
The diameter is 2,160 miles. You are never going to be able to get on the moon and circle it in a moon vehicle so I am not sure why it really matters.
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